For businesses who need to accept payments on the go, Pogo from First Data works with smartphones and tablets. Pogo allows businesses to accept credit cards, signature-based debit cards, and even cash transactions.
*** As of January 2018, ProcessNow equipment is no longer available. ***
ProCharge’s mobile card reader accepts credit, debit, and gift card payments wherever you are. If you’re in a business that needs to be able to take payments at clients’ homes, fairs, or other job sites, mobile processing enables that. T
QwickPAY, offered by credit card processing equipment manufacturer Magtek, is a point of sale payment app with a card reader.
Equipment manufacturer NCR and payment processor Worldpay have teamed up to take on Square and PayPal Here with a mobile reader called Ring Up for small and micro businesses.
You can easily turn your existing cell phone or tablet into a mobile point-of-sale terminal using the ROAMpay app with optional card swiper by Ingenico.
The credit card reader is the first and most well-known of Square’s credit card processing equipment options. Originally only for magstripe cards, the reader now comes in EMV capable and combo EMV/NFC models, all of which are compatible with both Android and Apple devices.
Taking payments on the go requires a mobile processing option, such as the SwipeSimple mobile app and optional card swiper. If you run a business that regularly takes payments on location, SwipeSimple lets you accept magnetic stripe, EMV chip cards, and cash transactions with a smartphone or tablet.
*** TSYS MobilePASS has been replaced by ProcessNow Mobile. ***
USAePAY offers a mobile reader for businesses that take payments on the go, at customer's homes, or in other non-traditional locations.