Jom Parking a startup that enables digital payments for on-street parking has announced that their app now supports GrabPay as a payment option. This is in addition to existing methods like online banking, debit card and credit cards.
According to their media statement, JomParking now has more than 300,000 users. Their service seems to be largely focused within the Greater Klang Valley Area.
“JomParkir is extremely excited about this partnership. We are proud to be partnering with Grab. The new payment option is a good alternative in helping Malaysians to reduce the pain points in parking payment such as cash issues, hassle in finding parking coupons, or loss of a parking ticket. GrabPay, as a platform of e-wallet alleviates the inconvenience that all our users have to go through on a daily basis,”
said Muhamad Nasir, Chief Executive Officer of JomParkir Sdn Bhd.
Nasir added that it has been the company’s goal to work with government authorities or bigger brands in building a cashless society here in Malaysia.