The mobile parking app is now available at the Front & Main Lot
April 24, 2019, TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA --- The world’s leading mobile parking app, PayByPhone, can now be found in the city of Temecula. Drivers can use the app within the Front & Main lot located on Old Town Front Street, providing a convenient payment option for those who are parking in the area.
PayByPhone is a hassle-free solution for drivers, allowing them to pay for parking with just their smartphone. The app sends text messages automatically when a parking session expires, and also gives drivers the ability to extend their parking session without needing to return to their vehicle. Drivers can also begin a session without registering for an account, making it ideal for those who are pressed for time.
"Temecula has a range of businesses in this region including places to eat, local boutiques, and a hair salon, which makes it a popular area for both locals and visitors” explains Ricky Leigh, Owner, Front & Main. “With PayByPhone, drivers can take their time at these locations, without the need to rush back to their vehicle.”
PayByPhone can be found in over 300 cities globally, including some of the largest cities in the United States, such as San Francisco, Seattle, Miami, and Boston. The same app can be used at any PayByPhone location globally, creating a seamless parking experience for drivers around the world.
Ready to start using PayByPhone? Begin parking immediately by downloading the iOS or Android app or park online at m.paybyphone.com.
PayByPhone is one of the fastest growing mobile payment companies in the world, processing more than 70 million transactions totaling more than $400 million USD in payments annually. Through the company's mobile web, smartphone and smartwatch applications, PayByPhone helps millions of consumers easily and securely pay for parking without the hassles of waiting in line, having to carry change or risking costly fines. A subsidiary of Volkswagen Financial Services AG, PayByPhone is leading the way in the creation of the mobile future