Direct Carrier Billing Crossing the Highways of Poland with AnyPark

The numerous advantages for users of alternative payment methods continues to grow in Poland. Now subscribers to AnyPark e-TOLL can take advantage of direct carrier billing on their journey, paying for their tickets directly from their mobile device. This environmentally friendly way of paying makes the user experience simpler as the price of the e-TOLL ticket will be charged to their monthly phone bill.

Convience, time and a seamless user experience

The introduction of e-TOLL on Polish highways allowed drivers to continue their journey free of using credit cards and cash every time they used the roads. The global electronic collection of tolls worldwide is expected to grow 8.3% compounded annually and reach 18.3 billion U.S.$ in 2030, according to Statista. This makes the e-TOLL ecosystem perfect for Direct Carrier Billing, as it allows subscribers more payment choices as well as easier and environmentally friendly, dispelling the need for paper tickets. The user simply enters their phone number in the AnyPark app, then they will receive a code to enter into the app and press save. Then the next time they want to use e-TOLL simply open the app and choose which e-TOLL ticket they need.

Direct Carrier BIlling for people on the go

Direct Carrier Billing’s secure and user-friendly payment method is perfect for companies like AnyPark that help people on the go. Making sure that their subscribers are able to not only pay for their e-TOLL tickets through their mobile devices but also save them time. Digital mobility strategies connect companies with payment methods that aid their customers for a more fluid experience.  

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