iZettle is handy for accepting credit cards on the go. But is the competition better? Read our iZettle review.
Our rating PayPal Here offers an interesting pay as you go solution for face to face payments, though not the most competitive in the market. Highs: No lock-in or monthly fees, also allows you to send electronic invoices. Lows: Complex fee structure and least competitive fees. PayPal Here, PayPal's [...]
After disrupting the European mPOS market with its free card reader Lite, mobile payment processor iZettle is at it again. Whereas the simplified Lite card reader, introduced in February 2015, was a calculated step back with its audio jack cable and no display of its own, the newly launched Pro [...]
Our rating This payment solution from Barclays is pretty good but not great. Barclaycard Anywhere is a decent mobile chip and PIN solution, but comes with several downsides compared to competition including higher pricing and limited card availability. Highs: No monthly fee or fixed commitment. Empowers on-the-go tradespeople and [...]
Square Register is something rather unique: a cloud-based point of sale system for Apple and Android devices that’s completely free. It allows small businesses to track all of their payments in a simple and intuitive way. It has plenty to offer too. Here are the key features: The ability to [...]
Alongside SumUp, iZettle, Payleven, PayPal Here and WorldPay Zinc, there is another mPOS player in the UK: the Elavon MobileMerchant. Launched as Elavon’s product designed for anyone looking for a simple low cost solution for accepting cards, it aims to provide a reliable payment solution that turns your smartphone or tablet [...]
Small and medium-sized business owners looking for a mobile point of sale (mPOS) solution now have an increasing number of options to choose from. This review takes a closer look at the PayMate Chip & PIN terminal from Payatrader and compares it to the Swedish iZettle Chip & PIN reader, which [...]