There are several ways to pay to park with RingGo:
- By smartphone app
- By calling the phone service
- By text message or
- Through the internet (either via a mobile or PC)
- (For businesses) by using the special RingGo Corporate solution
Details on each are provided below.
iPhone, Android, Windows phone and Blackberry 10 users can download a RingGo smartphone application (free of charge), through their handset or from the relevant store. The app allows you to register for the service, locates your nearest RingGo zone, lets you manage your account and allows you to pay to park directly through the app.
Click on the links below to go the relevant website:
Apple iTunes store
Blackberry 10 handsets
Automated phone service
To use the automated phone service, you simply call the telephone number on the signs when you want to park. RingGo will remember you (by recognising your mobile phone number) and ask you to:
- Confirm the vehicle you want to park
- Confirm the location where you want to park
- Say how long you want to stay, and
- Provide the security code from your credit card
Text to park
You can use the quick and easy RingGo “text to park” option instead. So for instance, sending a message with ‘RingGo 18215 4h 867’ to 17800 will park your nominated vehicle for four hours in The Parishes multi-storey car park.
For details on how to set up the service for your particular location visit our text to park page.
If you have a phone with mobile internet access, you can use the myRingGo site to pay for your parking. Simply login and complete the details. Alternatively you can use the same link from a standard PC or other internet connected device.
For more information on all of these options, please visit the myRingGo website .
RingGo Corporate is a special form of the RingGo service, designed for business employees. It saves time and hassle by allowing businesses to set up a prepaid account, which nominated employees can use for payment when parking for business. There is no need for employees to know company credit card details or pay and claim. They also get alerted when their parking is about to run out, reducing the risk of receiving a parking charge notice.