UnionPay International announced today that “UnionPay--no sense to pay” took the lead in landing in Macao. By the end of June, the first batch of public parking lots will be opened to support “UnionPay”. It is expected that by the end of next year, this service will be expanded to about 40 parking lots in the local area. This is the first time that this type of parking payment service has been launched in Hong Kong and Macao. In addition, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge will also realize the “no sense to pay” pass payment during the year, which will further help the communication between the Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao Gulf regions.
When Macao users first time to experience the "no sense to pay" parking fee, they can use the mobile phone APP to bind the UnionPay credit card and license plate number, and they can realize automatic deduction when entering or leaving a designated parking lot without scanning or pay by cash. At the same time, UnionPay International has entered into cooperation with several parking management companies such as South Australian Property and Macao Parking. By the end of 2019, this service will be expanded to approximately 40 parking lots. In the future, Macao’s “UnionPay--no sense to pay” parking lot will support credit cards issued worldwide.