Paymentsense and iZettle are two very different services. Paymentsense is a traditional merchant service provider that opens a unique merchant account for you to process payments through. They will charge monthly fees, transaction fees and other costs, and you commit to an ongoing contract. iZettle, using the aggregator model, [...]
PayPal Here has certainly improved since it launched in the UK five years ago, but how does it compare with iZettle Reader? Both of these mobile debit and credit card readers offer easy sign-up, no fixed monthly fees, no lock-in and free apps that function as touchscreen point-of-sales. They [...]
iZettle and Square match each other with a 1.75% fee and no fixed monthly costs. Are the security concerns with Square's device a deal-breaker?
The 2017 UK top runners iZettle and SumUp both have a lot to offer. One has gotten ahead with more cards accepted, lower fees, and better features.
It’s now easier than ever to accept credit and debit cards in the UK. Forget the costly card machines of yore. Instead, check out these contactless card readers that can process payments with a smartphone or tablet through easy-to-use POS apps. In 2018, the race between the most popular mobile [...]
There's a much wider choice of card machines today than just a few years ago. While before, you had to do with a chunky chip and PIN machine stationed at a counter, small businesses can now take advantage of mobile card readers that work just as well. [...]