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Apple Pay – what does it mean for small businesses?

Although it was launched on 20 October 2014, the effect of Apple Pay has already seen measurable results in terms of downloads and use at retail chains. But for a smaller retailer, is Apple Pay something you […]

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Card not present transactions – the basics

Processing card-present transactions is pretty straightforward when the buyer, the cardholder, walks into the store in person and purchases goods (or services). Things, however, get complicated for transactions completed over the Internet, mail, fax or by phone.

Such […]

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iZettle & Windows Phone 8: Why does it lack support?

When iZettle first launched a few years ago, it was compatible only with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Since then, the service has added several countries in Europe and beyond, but it has only gained compatibility […]

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How can I accept Apple Pay?

Small businesses are forever at the mercy of large corporations when it comes to customer expectations. When the large corporations move into […]

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How can I accept Bitcoin payments from customers?

Despite the fluctuating Bitcoin value, the crypto-currency has proven to be increasingly popular among retailers. Although we cannot talk about Bitcoin reaching […]

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Mobile Credit Card Readers: Everything You Need to Know

Mobile credit card readers that connect to a smartphone or a tablet are profoundly changing the way anyone with a business can […]

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What are SMS Payments?

SMS payments are a means of paying for goods, services or products via a text message sent from a mobile phone.

They work […]


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Getting paid on the go in Norway: Nets and iZettle compete for mPOS market

On average each Norwegian citizen paid by card 369 times in 2014, beaten only by Iceland in the worldwide ranking.

With fewer Norwegians carrying cash, even the smallest of vendors find […]

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Flint Review: Mobile Payments Without a Card Reader

Sometimes even the smallest smartphone accessories can be far away just when you need them most, which doesn’t look good if you want to get paid. In the case of […]

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PayPal Here UK review – Does it beat iZettle, SumUp and Payleven?

PayPal Here, PayPal’s Chip and PIN reader has a lot in common with the UK’s other mobile Chip & PIN card readers like iZettle, SumUp and Payleven, but there are some differences […]

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NAB Now review – A worthy solution for Australian merchants?

Our rating
A decent mPOS service that could have been much better.
NAB Now is a nifty mPOS solution that makes accepting credit and debit card payments easier for merchants in Australia. […]

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