Nashua is launching a pay-for-parking-via-app system, as reported in the Nashua Telegraph:
Starting on Main Street, small decals with a four-digit number will be affixed to the meters at all of the roughly 900 spots, moving outward to the other parking zones during the coming days and weeks. ,,, After downloading the app, users will enter their license plate number, car make and model and credit card information. Once the four-digit code and the desired amount of time are entered, the transaction is complete.
The service also offers reminders when time is almost up, as well as the option to add more time.
But, the story adds:
PayByPhone may not be ideal for those who only intend to park for a few minutes, as the services charges an additional 32 cents per transaction. Paying with quarters at the meters or by card at the kiosks will still be available.