St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 16th July 2013 3:39pm
Regular passengers of Chiltern Railways will be interested to know that the rail firm has released an upgraded version of its App for mobile phones and Android devices.
According to their marketing department, the new and improved App lets you buy train and car parking tickets on your iPhone or Android, so you can avoid the morning queues and get on with your day.
"You can now 'app and go' across our entire commuter network. Just buy your tickets on your mobile and scan through the gate for total convenience."
Here's a summary of the main features:
Quick tickets sent to your phone
Available for all Advance fares and across Chiltern Railways' commuter network and & from London, Birmingham and Warwick Parkway
Book car parking
Download the latest version of the Chiltern Railways and RingGo car parking apps to book car parking from your rail ticket. Book in advance and avoid the ticket office queues.
No booking or card fees
Like on on the Chiltern Railways' website, there are no charge card or booking fees.
Save favourite journeys
Save your most recent journeys for easy purchase.
View train times
Access all the latest travel information including platform numbers using the live departure boards (Don't forget, Haddenham departures are always available instantly, on Haddenham.net — see the feature link at the bottom of the Homepage)
Buy tickets to anywhere in the UK
View times and buy tickets for all train companies in the UK. Tickets can be picked up from ticket machines at your chosen station.
To download the Chiltern Railways App to your mobile device, click here
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