Small stationary shops at the PoS should be able to process cashless payments of all kinds with the mobile Zettle Terminal. In addition to common credit and debit cards, the device also accepts Google Pay and the PayPal QR code.
In 2010 the Swedish start-up iZettle introduced a new type of cashless payment at the point of sale: a small mobile terminal with a connection to a smartphone – intended for small shops and mobile use, for example at weekly markets. In 2018, iZettle was acquired by PayPal and changed its name to Zettle. Zettle competes with solutions such as Sum Up, which also promise a simple way of accepting cashless payments at the PoS.
All common cashless payment methods
PayPal is now introducing the Zettle Terminal, a new all-in-one cash register system for the PoS in Germany, which is intended to offer small and medium-sized companies more mobility for their business. The Zettle Terminal comes with a pre-installed Zettle Point of Sale app. This enables merchants to offer all common cashless payment methods including credit and debit cards, mobile payments such as Google Pay and the PayPal QR code. In addition, the app is designed to help manage sales, stocks, reports and payments.
According to the company, the Zettle Terminal costs 199 euros, and a package with printer and docking station costs 249 euros. In Germany, the device comes with a preinstalled SIM card and the preinstalled Zettle Point of Sale app, which can be used free of charge, and data traffic is also included in the price.
Thanks to battery operation and mobile phone connection, the terminal can be used anywhere; it does not require a fixed space on the counter. From 2022, the Zettle Terminal will also have an integrated barcode scanner.
Source: com! professional by www.com-magazin.de.
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