Our goal has always been to increase the overall number of people that use gyms in London by offering a flexible, cost-effective service
London, UK (PRWEB) October 27, 2011
With over 150 gyms in London, payasUgym.com is now the largest network operator in the region with further expansion plans over the coming months set to include Manchester and Birmingham. Having enjoyed rapid growth since launching in February 2011, payasUgym.com has now established itself as the premier provider of pay-as-you-go gym passes in the region.
The payasUgym.com service is based on the provision of an online wallet called an eWallet which enables users to load credit to a free online account. Customers can then use this credit to purchase vouchers called ePasses which give them access to any participating gym. payasUgym.com is also available for customers to use via an iPhone application, making the service fully mobile.
With over 150 gyms in London, payasUgym.com is able to offer gym-goers access to exclusive members-only facilities as well as a wide range of gyms that already offer pay-as-you-go services at a significantly discounted rate with some gyms in London offering price discounts of up to 60% compared to what they usually charge.
By giving customers the chance to manage the amount they spend on gym use through an online wallet, payasUgym.com has delivered real innovation to the fitness industry. This innovation was recently recognised by the Smarta Awards where payasUgym.com was announced as one of the Smarta100 winners for 2011 alongside the likes of Lovestruck.com, Naked Wines and Crowdity.
Having established itself as the largest gym network in London, payasUgym.com is now setting its sights on providing a national service with gyms currently being added in towns and cities across the UK. Gyms in Manchester and Birmingham are set to be launched through the payasUgym.com network in the coming weeks.
payasUgym.com CEO, Jamie Ward said “Our goal has always been to increase the overall number of people that use gyms in London by offering a flexible, cost-effective service. We strongly felt that a service like payasUgym.com would be attractive to a new audience of gym users and attract new customers to the market. We are delighted that so many gyms in London have bought into this vision and are very excited about adding new towns and cities to our network over the next few months.”
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Notes to Editors:
The idea for payasUgym.com was created by Jamie Ward, Neil Harmsworth and Michael Blake after discussing the difficulties in finding decent gyms in London that you can just go to on a one-off basis.
payasUgym.com was launched in February 2011 and currently offers over 180 gyms in London and Manchester and is currently expanding across the rest of the UK.