The mobile payment app is free to use for vehicle parking and boat slips 

PORT ISABEL, Texas, June 11, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Drivers and boaters in Port Isabel have a new way to purchase their parking or boat slips, with the launch of PayByPhone’s mobile app at the city’s Pompano Park. The service now allows payments to be made in seconds, requiring just a mobile phone.

In addition to providing a simple, cashless way to complete payments, PayByPhone offers several features that help make parking painless. This includes text message reminders sent prior to your time expiring, and the ability to extend a session from anywhere should you need additional time. For those who don’t have a second to spare or are visiting the area, PayByPhone lets you start parking immediately, without the need to register for an account.

Known to attract both locals and tourists as a fishing and sightseeing hotspot, Pompano Park marks the first of several locations in Port Isabel expected to receive PayByPhone this year. With PayByPhone’s ability to significantly increase the convenience of parking, while reducing the costs associated with parking infrastructure, the city has even made the service free to use to encourage its usage.

“PayByPhone’s ability to act as a payment solution for both drivers and boaters in Port Isabel, showcases the service’s versatility,” said Barrie Arnold, Chief Commercial Officer, PayByPhone. “We’re always eager to work with cities and private parking operators to provide a unique solution that works best for them.”

Ready to start using PayByPhone? Begin parking immediately by downloading the app or by visiting To access all of PayByPhone’s features, register for a free account today.


PayByPhone is one of the fastest growing mobile payments companies in the world, processing more than $345.6 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.