iZettle has this week announced that their mobile payment service will shortly be launching in the UK, enabling small businesses to accept credit card payments using their mobile devices.
iZettle has partnered with Everything Everywhere the new company created by Orange, T-Mobile and EE in the UK to enable customers to easily sign-up for the new service.
The new iZettle payment dongles will be available to purchase for £20 each from Everything Everywhere stores within the UK, Jacob de Geer, CEO and co-founder of iZettle explains:
“The beauty of iZettle is that it’s simple to use, totally secure and takes seconds for a transaction,”-“Whether you are a cabbie, florist, tradesperson or a courier, iZettle gives you the flexibility to operate in both cash and cards. The possibilities are endless because hundreds of thousands of small business can now take plastic. We are very excited about our full commercial launch in the UK and the positive results of our Beta test with 4,000 users over the past six months.”
iZettle enables small businesses to accept payments from Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Diners Club and is available for both iOS and Android devices, with transaction fees charged at 2.75 percent of each transaction.
Source: Toms HardwareFiled Under: Technology News