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SunPass.com Launches Apple App for iPhone/iPad Users

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Florida's Turnpike officials announced that SunPass, the State of Florida's state-of-the-art electronic tolling system, now offers a recently-launched free iPhone/iPad application.

Florida Secretary of Transportation Ananth Prasad said, "The addition of the iPhone app keeps the Department of Transportation at the forefront of tolls technology by combining ease and convenience of use for the millions of SunPass customers that travel Florida's toll roads and bridges every day."

The SunPass app allows customers to view transponder/account activity for 90 days, add, edit or delete vehicle information, and replenish their account with their previously stored credit card.

Turnpike Executive Director Diane Gutierrez-Scaccetti noted that "About 900,000 customers access the SunPass Website to view their accounts every month. In an increasingly mobile society, it makes sense to offer our customers as many choices as possible to self-service their SunPass account. This is the preferred, most convenient way to update SunPass account information."

To download the new iPhone/iPad app, go to the Apple App Store and search for SunPass.

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