12:28PM, Wednesday 27 March 2013
Parkmobile allows registered users to pay their parking fees either via a phone call or through a downloadable smartphone app, meaning they no longer need to display a parking ticket.
It is already offered by the Royal Borough at Stafferton Way car park in Maidenhead and River Street car park in Windsor, and following a successful pilot in these locations the decision was taken to roll it out to all council-operated car parks and to on-street parking from Monday, April 15.
Parkmobile is also used by other local authorities including Oxford City Council and the London Borough of Richmond.
The apps are available for iPhone, Android, BlackBerry and Windows handsets.
Visit www.parkmobile.co.uk for details.
Discounted parking for non-Advantage Card holders is coming to an end at the Nicholsons Centre car park from April 15.
Customers will need to use an Advantage Card for reduced-cost parking at the multi-storey in Broadway, but they will be able to pay by credit or debit card or online as well as in cash.
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