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Epay wins London congestion charge contract

30 October 2009  |  3077 views  |  0 Source: epay

Epay Ltd. ("epay"), a market leader in electronic payment solutions in the UK, announces the start of a five-year exclusive contract to accept cash payments for the Central London Congestion Charge at participating epay retailers throughout the UK.

From 31st October, motorists will be able to pay the Central London Congestion Charge at a wide range of epay retailers nationwide including newsagents, convenience stores and petrol stations, either in advance or on the day of driving within the charging zone. Consumers are able to identify the epay logo as the signpost to a broad range of easy and secure payment services.

Nick Kennett, Managing Director, epay Ltd added, "This exclusive partnership with Transport for London is an exciting addition to our electronic payments portfolio that will enable our retailers to offer a wide range of products and services. Participating retailers have now been installed with in-store and external signage displaying the eye catching epay and Congestion Charge logos - to maximise brand awareness and drive footfall into stores.'

Consumers will be able to pay the Central London Congestion Charge using epay's simple and convenient electronic payment system located in over 8,400 retail outlets nationwide, including 360 independent retailers in Central London.

 

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