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ParkMobile launches partnership with the City of Mobile, AL

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ParkMobile, a provider of smart parking and mobility solutions in North America, announced a new partnership with the City of Mobile, Alabama that will enable people to pay for city parking from their mobile devices.

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The ParkMobile app is now available at approximately 400 on-street spaces.

New stickers and signage will provide information to drivers on how to pay for parking using the new app. ParkMobile is free to download and available for both iPhone and Android devices. After setting up their account, customers can immediately begin using the system with their registered mobile device.

With the ParkMobile app, users simply enter the zone number posted on the ParkMobile sticker or sign, choose the duration of time, and touch the “start parking” button. ParkMobile sends alerts when a parking session is about to expire so a user can easily extend time right from the app without having to rush back to the meter.

“At ParkMobile, we are thrilled to be expanding our network to Mobile, Alabama,” says Jon Ziglar, CEO of ParkMobile. “We are proud to provide drivers across Alabama a smarter parking experience.”

ParkMobile is the most widely used mobile parking solution in the US with more than 12 million users across 370 cities. With ParkMobile's current customers using the app over 60 million times per year, ParkMobile is excited to make a difference in more places as it expands its network to Mobile.


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