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Park and Joy soon available in 28 cities

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Find a free parking space more quickly throughout Germany – Deutsche Telekom is expanding its digital Park and Joy parking service to further locations. By the end of 2018, drivers will be able to benefit from smartphone-assisted parking in a total of 28 cities.

Park and Joy

Visitors to the IFA in Berlin can find out more about "Park and Joy" or at www.parkandjoy.de.

The Deutsche Telekom app already covers Hamburg and Bonn. Over the course of the next few months, however, users will be able to find and pay for a parking space in another 26 German cities. More information about Park and Joy will be revealed at the Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) from August 31 to September 5 in Berlin or can be accessed at www.parkandjoy.de

Parking made easier

By the end of 2018, drivers will be able to use the digital Park and Joy parking service in Bonn, Buchholz in der Nordheide, Cologne, Cuxhaven, Dinslaken, Detmold, Dormagen, Duisburg, Erfurt, Eschweiler, Euskirchen, Gladbeck, Glückstadt, Göppingen, Görlitz, Hagen, Hamburg, Heidenheim, Jena, Kaiserslautern, Kiel, Lippstadt, Lübeck, Moers, Mönchengladbach, Oberhausen, Velbert and Worms. Further cities have already expressed their interest, with the list of participating cities continuously growing. 

Book to the minute

Park and Joy pinpoints free parking spaces and navigates the driver directly to the spot. Drivers can pay the parking fee via the smartphone app, which is available for iOS and Android from the App Store or Google Play. Basic plan users pay a service fee of 19 cents each time they park, with Comfort plan customers charged a fixed rate of 1.99 euros per month. An added convenience with Park and Joy is that users can reserve their parking spot for the exact number of minutes they need and later shorten or lengthen that time – without needing to return to their car. The parking fee charged by the city is payable on top. 

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