Payleven merged with SumUp in 2016. We've updated our list of Payleven alternatives to show the similar card readers.
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!
We compare PayPal and Payleven virtual terminals for over-the-phone payments in the UK. What are the fees, customer support and access to funds like?
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 [...]
Mobile point of sale is catching on in Germany. Payleven and iZettle are in the lead, but are there other serious competitors in the German market?
Note: Payleven and SumUp merged in April 2016, and the new company will operate under the name of SumUp. Payleven ceased to exist as a brand in 2016. You can check out our article of Payleven alternatives for the app-based mobile card readers currently in the UK market. In 2015, Payleven offered [...]
Payleven and SumUp have merged under the name of SumUp, so Payleven no longer accepts new customers. New merchants may sign up with SumUp or consider alternatives. For small businesses looking for a means of accepting credit cards without having to pay large fees, Payleven represents one [...]
We look closely at the features and characteristics of the mobile receipt printer Bixolon SPP-R200 for SumUp.
Mobile receipt printers are the solution that allow businesses to take full advantage of the mobility of new generation mPOS systems.
Two recent reports on the cost to the economy of late payments and the inability to take payments by card have again shown the potential and need for low-cost and flexible mobile point of sale devices, such as those offered by iZettle and SumUp. This analysis shows how mPOS [...]