January 23, 2011 by staff
Sunpass, Epay, a division of Euronet Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: EULFS) and a main processor and prepaid payments in the United States, with Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise (FTE), announced today that “Customers can now SunPass”les recharge their accounts using cash at over 2,000 locations epay statewide. Customers can also visit their “SunPass”solde account. “SunPass’’EST Florida electronic prepaid toll program, and is accepted on all toll roads and almost all bridges in the Sunshine State.
“Through our partnership with epay we nearly tripled the number of” SunPass”lieux recovery of cash from 1161 to more than 3,100 locations statewide, including more than 450 locations in Miami-Dade, said Deputy Executive Director FTE Jennifer Olson. “It is important that we provide as many places as we can for our customers to recharge their” SunPass”comptes, especially as we approach February, when we implement a fully electronic toll-free cash on extension Turnpike in Miami-Dade County. ”
Reloading an existing SunPass”compte epay is easy. Customers give their right “SunPass”transpondeur number to checkout at any participating retailer, and the amount of money they want to add””SunPass account over a fee and 1.50 transaction convenience. Customers can then retrieve a receipt showing the amount added to the “”SunPass account. Vérification”soldes SunPass account works the same way, except that there is no convenience fee.
The new SunPass endroits”’les offers treasury services include charging stations for gas, convenience stores, check cashing stores, dealers wireless, wineries and more. The locations are usually at their door or a window a green and yellow sign with “SunPass”logo clearly advertise the availability of customer service. Customers can go to the””SunPass website to find a reload nearby. It is as simple as entering a zip code and selecting a location. Customers can click on a location for a map and get directions. Many new sites will be added in the near future, convenience.
FTE working with its current suppliers, including epay, provide additional services to its cash “clients SunPass”dans the coming months.
“Epay is extremely pleased to be partnering with FTE to provide a simple payment method” cash SunPass”clients through our innovative technology platform, “said Eric Mettemeyer, Chief epay Americas / APAC. “When customers recharge their” SunPass”compte epay to a place, they also have access to other treasury products such as prepaid wireless top-ups, bill payments and credits the Internet. ”
In June 2010, Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise has become the first organization at no cost to the United States to provide its customers a program to replenish transponders with money at retail locations. FTE is a leader in transportation and continually strives to offer its customers the value in the form of safety, service and convenience.
Epay, a division of Euronet Worldwide, Inc. (NASDAQ: EULFS) is a processor and distributor of electronic payment solutions – enabling service providers to maximize sales of their products and services. Epay provides innovative and tailored electronic payment solutions for fundraising, including the integration of POS systems, a comprehensive and information service and marketing support and distribution services.
The product portfolio includes epay prepaid mobile top-up cards, prepaid debit cards, electronic purses, bill payment, gift cards, music and digital content, transfer money through its enterprise solutions RIA sister, lottery payment and transportation, including road tolls and public transport.
Epay provides these products through a global network of approximately 266,000 and 541,000 retail points of sale (POS) through a number of markets including Australia, Austria, Brazil, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States. Visit www.epayworldwide.com for more information.
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