Can anyone get a card machine? What if you need a card reader for personal use? Not so simple - here's who can get one for accepting payments.
Mobile POS systems may be a partial solution to late payments and the inability to take credit card payments. But how, and what are the statistics?
Intuit Pay by QuickBooks was a credit card reader previously available in the UK, but is now discontinued. Intuit is known for online accounting services.
We sat down with SumUp co-founder Marc-Alexander Christ to ask about SumUp's development choices, customer service, future plans, and more.
iZettle Reader 2 has landed - an improved update of the first iZettle Reader. Looking nearly identical, what's actually different about this one?
Elavon MobileMerchant is a mobile card reader without a contract, monthly fees or revenue requirements - but it falls short with the app.
Barclaycard Anywhere's card reader is a simple solution for occasional card payments. Does the low card fee make up for the basic app?
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?
You may have heard of compact, portable card readers, but what's all the fuss about? And what are the benefits of using an iPhone for payments?
We interviewed Emma Cornes, an aspiring businesswoman and creative bag designer from the Scottish Borders, about how iZettle has helped her business.
Accepting Bitcoin is just as easy as charging a credit card: the cashier only needs to tap the Bitcoin icon in the SumUp application.
Smartphones can now easily be used with a mobile point-of-sale application, allowing businesses of any size to accept card payments anywhere.
More and more traders accept cards via iPhone, but how do they do it? We look at what a mobile point of sale is, and how to get started.
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!
Payleven merged with SumUp in 2016. We've updated our list of Payleven alternatives to show the similar card readers.
As of September 2017, iZettle simplified their transaction fees to one fixed 1.75% fee for all card payments and sales volumes.
When iZettle first launched a few years ago, it was compatible only with the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Since then, the service has added several countries in Europe and beyond, but it has only gained compatibility with Android devices. No Windows Phone, no BlackBerry. The same applies for iZettle's main [...]
Owning an iZettle Chip and PIN card reader and using the app on your smartphone or tablet is just the first step toward growing your business. Now that you have made the decision to accept card payments with an app, you can start gathering more data than ever and [...]
Numerous iZettle reviews have mentioned the long list of positive benefits of the iZettle chip & PIN system for accepting credit and debit card payments, which is rapidly transforming the business landscape. However, one subject that continually causes confusion and is the source of some negative iZettle review comments and [...]
Is there a way to get an iZettle Chip and PIN card reader at a discount – let's say, half price? Well, in fact, if you are a Santander business current account customer, there is. Here is how you can get it. Update 2016: Santander no longer offers cashback for [...]