Mobile payment company Square has announced that they are launching in the UK, the company will male it easier for small businesses to take card payments.
The UK is the fifth country where Square is launching, it is already available in the US, Canada, Japan and Australia.
Square helps independent traders take card payments and offers competitive and transparent rates, no monthly contracts or hidden fees, and next-day settlement on most transactions. It takes minutes to get set up, and sellers can quickly and securely begin accepting payments from Visa, Mastercard and American Express cards. Square’s card reader pairs with the free Square Point of Sale software, which includes tools such as real-time sales data, invoicing and digital receipts, all in a single app.
“We founded Square to empower small businesses with tools to accept all forms of payment and to make a sale anytime, anywhere,” said Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square. “We look forward to working alongside the millions of entrepreneurs and thriving small and medium-sized businesses across the UK, especially those who do not yet take card payments.”
The Square Reader will be available for £39 in the UK, you can find out more details about Square over at the company’s website at the link below.