Wireless credit and debit card machines

Wireless card machine

Benefits of wireless card terminals

Your business is not one size fits all, it’s the result of hard work passion and probably a lot of late nights.

Your business is thoughtfully designed to best serve your customers. Payment services are no different, we want to build a solution that is tailored to you and your continued growth and success.

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Things to consider when selecting a card machine that is portable

The equipment uses WiFi connection to a base station and connects to a telephone line, which is used to access the banking infrastructure either by dialing up or over a fixed broadband connection when processing a transaction.

Allowing your staff the freedom and mobility to accept payments anywhere. 

The wireless card payment terminals are designed to remain connected to keep the turnarounds quick and your customer’s experience entirely positive!


Most frequent questions and answers

Using a wireless terminal may not be suitable for everyone, so it is important to consider signal strength and other factors before committing to using a Bluetooth or WiFi payment terminal. In some instances you will need to consider using a wired terminal instead

Base stations will need to be plugged into a router for connectivity or a telephone line to dial out. Wireless signals get weaker the further away from the base station they are. If a base station is too far away from where the device is being used, then consideration will need to be given to moving this, so it is closer and in range.

The main benefit of using a wireless terminal is that the technology enables merchants to use the terminal anywhere in a range of up to 100m from their business. However, these distances may be affected by environmental conditions and the layout of the premises. The construction of the building, for example, may play a part in the strength of the signal. Building material such as concrete or steel can block signals.



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Whilst over £50 billion is spent on card every month most are unaware of the parties involved in the process when a transaction is
made by card. There are 5 parties involved, the Customer — the person who is making the payments, the Merchant — the business
who is processing the transaction, the Acquiring Bank — essentially, the business who processes the card payment, the Card Scheme
— which are networks such as Visa and MasterCard who work with both acquirers and Issuing Banks and lastly the Issuing Bank — the
bank that was responsible for issuing the card to the customer.
The transaction process and the interface between all of these parties takes a matter of seconds despite the number of
organisations involved. The same process is followed to identify whether a transaction can be approved or declined — typically
a decision dictated by the availability of funds for that customer with the issuing bank. The acquiring bank, the card scheme and
the issuing bank all take a share of the transaction charge that is billed to the merchant to process a transaction typically all billing
is performed by the acquirer who pays the card scheme who then pays the card issuer. These established processes ensure the
customer experience is quick and efficient.
Settlement is the process of moving the money electronically from the customers bank account into the merchants bank account.
Finally the merchant is charged for each settlement and authorisation, this information is often presented in a monthly statement.