Parkings Cheaper with RingGo

First Great Western rail travellers that pay for their parking using the innovative RingGo service will now pay less than if they pay with cash.
Discounts of 10 percent or more are offered for those choosing to pay by phone, using their creditor debit card, rather than with coins.

Seventy-two First Great Western stations managed by APCOA Parking (UK)Ltd (APCOA), now offer the RingGo service, with most having offer edit since 2006. Take up of the service at these sites has been excellent and at many
stations, more people now pay for their parking with RingGo, than pay with cash.

APCOA and First Great Western are making the change in order to encourage even more people to try out and use the service. Voluntary feed back from users highlights the many benefits of the service.

"RingGo saves hunting around for all the coins, says Oxford railway user, Edward Capp,and in the recent rain we had, save strudging to the machine
through the puddles. Its a great convenience saver. Why can't all car parks be like these ones?"

Graham Tidball, General Manager of APCOA, says of the change RingGo has been operating at many of our stations for more than two years and weve been delighted with take up and the positive feed back weve received. This extra price incentive is being introduced both to reward loyal Ring Gousers and encourage even more people to try out the service and were sure it will be welcomed all round.
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