18 Nov
2020

From now on, foreign tourists can also pay for parking via mobile phone thanks to the PayDo application

first_imgResidents and visitors of 22 Croatian cities can now park faster and cheaper, and the only thing you need to do is download the new free PayDo mobile and web application.However, the new parking payment application is not the main essence of this story, but its characteristic and differentiation from similar other applications – and that is that the application does not use the SMS protocol, which is why mobile operators do not pay costs and can finally use it. and tourists.Also, another great advantage of the PayDo application, backed by the IT company Infoart, is that all private and business users can easily cover the cost of parking tickets for their guests, if they do not have secured accommodation, both per hour and daily tickets.A solution for hosts in family accommodation without their own parking spacesWith this service, citizens who have paid for parking via SMS concretely and daily save, and benefit everyone who has not been able to pay by SMS at all, such as many tourists because of which the application is available in English, German and Italian.Not having a parking space with the rental of private accommodation for tourists and renters is becoming an increasing problem every day. But in the absence of their own parking spaces, boutique hotels and small renters can now use the PayDo app to provide their guests with free parking in the city area, but also in all 19 locations where the app is active. With one move, a certain amount is paid to the PayDo account and assigned to the guest. This symbolic gesture is appreciated by the guests, and even when advertising the accommodation, the landlords solve the problem of the problematic item of enabling parking.”Until now, certain categories of business users, tourists and certain private users have not been able to pay by SMS in Croatia. For these groups, the only solution to pay for parking was to look for parking machines, which for some business users meant collecting bills that they would later attach to the company. Now all users of the application are enabled to pay for parking without additional fees, while absolutely all costs are visible on one bill. “, pointed out Borivoj Sirovica, director of Infoart.Apart from Split, the PayDo application is also available in Bjelovar, Crikvenica, Dubrovnik, Novi Vinodolski, Osijek, Poreč, Pula, Rovinj, Samobor, Sisak, Slavonski Brod, Karlovac, Šibenik, Varaždin, Vodnjan, Vukovar, Vodice and Zadar. Activation is expected soon in other cities, including Zagreb, so that the service is available at the national level.You can download the free PayDo app HERElast_img read more

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22 Sep
2020

Japan withdraws 2023 Women’s World Cup bid

first_imgRelatedPosts Japanese firm develops robot able to kill COVID-19 with ultra-violet rays Tokyo 2020 organisers want ‘Super Mario’ Abe to remain involved NAFDAC warns Nigerians against apple, blackcurrant from Australia The Japanese Football Association announced that Japan is withdrawing its bid to host the 2023 Women’s World Cup, just days before football’s world governing body holds a vote to determine the successful candidate.Following an executive board meeting on Monday, the JFA withdrew its candidacy and decided to support the Australia/New Zealand bid, which will go up against a bid from Colombia. Earlier this month, FIFA rated the joint Australia/New Zealand bid as the best to host the tournament, with Japan in second place.The JFA said a key factor behind their decision was losing the support of the Southeast Asian ASEAN Football Federation, who have publicly said they would support the Australia/New Zealand bid.With the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games now being delayed until next year due to the coronavirus pandemic, the JFA said they found it unlikely one country would be awarded women’s soccer’s two biggest tournaments back-to-back.JFA chairman Kozo Tashima left the door open for another bid in the future.Tags: 2023 Women’s World CupAustraliaColombiJapanNew Zealandlast_img read more

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16 Sep
2020

Syracuse football recruiting: Class of 2018 linebacker Ja’Qurius Smith commits to the Orange

first_imgClass of 2018 linebacker Ja’Qurius Smith announced his commitment to Syracuse on Tuesday morning in a tweet.“First i want to thank God for giving me this chance,” he wrote. “After talking to my family and we finally came to a pick. I would be taking my talents to the university of syracuse thank you for all my supporters and im blessed for my family to be by my side.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on May 2, 2017 at 9:39 am Contact Andrew: aegraham@syr.edu | @A_E_Graham AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe three-star linebacker at Lakeland (Florida) High School held offers from East Carolina, Purdue and Dino Babers old school, Bowling Green before choosing Syracuse on Tuesday.The 6-foot-3, 194 pound defender has a 35.2 inch vertical and ran a 4.54 shuttle, per Smith’s hudl.com profile.Smith is the fifth commit of Babers’ 2018 recruiting class, and the first defensive player to commit. Track the rest of the 2018 class here.Here is a video of Smith’s junior year highlights.last_img read more

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