Does Smartpay Australia have a good pricing plan for its EFTPOS machine? We look at the true value for small businesses that don't mind surcharging.
Connected to the free POS app, Square Reader makes a secure EFTPOS terminal with many features - but it's not all that Square has to offer.
Tyro machines have had issues, but a bank account and rates are positives. What's the full picture? We review the service and products.
Zeller's EFTPOS terminal has an online account and Mastercard for a fast cash flow. At no monthly cost and a low card fee, is there a catch?
More Payments offers competitive fees on Till card machines, but is that all? We review the package, payments and whether there really is no contract.
Square Australia's POS terminal accepts eftpos & other cards - but it's also a portable checkout. Simple fees, no contract, but is WiFi a constraint?
A NAB EFTPOS machine is affordable for small businesses, even without commitment - but benefits are greater with a NAB business account.
Mint mPOS is a card reader that works with a smartphone app. Does your business earn enough to make the contract worthwhile?
Is Mint Payments better for small or larger businesses? We review its payment solutions, fees and quality of products. What are Mint's strong points?
Of the Australian banks, are Westpac EFTPOS machines a good option for small businesses? It depends on sale volume and what you need.
Is PayPal Here the best card reader service in Australia? We discuss fees, eftpos acceptance, payouts, pros and cons of this well-known solution.
Previously called NAB Now, the NAB MPOS card reader accepts contactless and many other cards. Same-day settlement is good, but what about the price?
Pocket Pay is an app-based card reader with contractual lock-in and monthly fees. What's special about this compared to cheaper options in Australia?
CommBank's touchscreen POS terminal comes with a high monthly fee. Is it the right choice for card payments, or too fancy for a small business?
Emmy offers a compact payment terminal targeted at small businesses, with same-day settlement and round-the-clock customer support.
eWay Australia offers an attractive offering for tap, chip & swipe card payments via a mobile phone app. What's special and not-so-favourable about it?