Zettle accepts credit and debit cards on the go, but is it the best card reader in the UK? Here's our expert take.
SumUp is probably the cheapest card reader service with mobile app, but what can you expect for the low fees?
Our Zettle, Square and SumUp comparison tables show key differences in fees, features and card reader capabilities.
Get a discount on SumUp's card readers with our voucher code. Read about how to claim this special offer.
The story behind electronic payment terminals starts with Diners Club. What happened since, in chronological order?
Ingenico has a new card machine range, including Move 5000. We compare key differences between the new models.
Payleven merged with SumUp in 2016. We've updated our list of Payleven alternatives to show the similar card readers.
We put the PayPal Here card reader and payment app to the test. Is the PayPal integration worth the complex fees?
Barclaycard Anywhere's card reader is a basic solution for occasional card payments. Does the low card fee make up for the basic app?
Our review looks at Worldpay's versatile mobile card reader with 24/7 phone support and phone payment option.
There’s an odd relationship going on between the Italian people, the past and the future. In a country where entrepreneurs and merchants are still reluctant to accept card payments (and customers to pay by card), what we may call a passion for smartphones could finally soothe this conservative attitude. [...]
Elavon MobileMerchant is a mobile card reader without contract, monthly fees or revenue requirements, but it falls short with pricing.
Payleven allows you to use a smartphone or tablet to accept card payments. No monthly fees, but what’s the catch? Read the full review here!
Holland's mobile payment market just got “agglomerated” in the fall of 2014, when Swedish iZettle stepped in as the fourth mobile payment service provider, joining Payleven, SumUp, and Adyen Shuttle. For small business owners, sole traders, non-profits or individuals who want to accept debit and credit cards without the bureaucracy [...]
Payatrader PayMate Chip & PIN is no longer available for new customers, so the information in this article is no longer updated and likely to be incorrect. New merchants can check our up-to-date comparison of mobile card readers available in the UK. Small and medium-sized business owners looking [...]
In the wake of the Target data breach in late 2013, which exposed the credit and debit card accounts of 70 million holiday shoppers, both investors and merchants have started searching for alternatives to upgrade outdated payments technology. Are mobile point of sale (mPOS) systems part of the solution, or do [...]
Thanks to a new generation of mobile credit card machines, small businesses can accept cards cheaply. How do they work and what are costs like?