Miri council offers 50pct discount for parking fines

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MIRI: Miri City Council (MCC) is offering a 50 per cent discount to the public to pay their parking compounds during the “Semak & Bayar Parkir Kompaun Anda” (Check and Pay Your Parking Compound) amnesty campaign from May 1 to 31.

This special offer was being held in conjunction with Miri City Day and Miri May Fest, disclosed Miri City Council (MCC) yesterday.

The public can check their outstanding parking fees through www.miricitycouncil.gov.my, Borneo Parking Systems Sdn Bhd’s website www.borneoparking.com or the Smart Parking Borneo app.

Payment can be made at all parking booths in the city or through the app that can be downloaded from Google Play Store and Apple App Store.

The app is available to Huawei phone users using Android Operating System except those on Harmony Operating System.

For Huawei phone users with Harmony Operating System, they can pay their outstanding compounds at any parking booths in the city.

Alternatively, payment can be made by Credit Card, Debit Card, Sarawak Pay Global, Boost eWallet Malaysia and many more options.

Vehicle owners who fully settle their outstanding compounds during the campaign period will be automatically enrolled to participate in the lucky draws that offer, among others, an iPhone 13, Apple iWatch Series 7 41mm GPS and a Sharp 43in LED TV.
The results will be announced sometime in June.

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