123Send's Mobile/GPRS terminal offers a completely wireless way to process secure credit and debit card transactions. A mobile terminal allows you to process card payments at the point of sale, whether you are in store, at an event or on the customer's doorstep. The 'always-on' nature of GPRS means that it is ideally suited to applications that send small amounts of data on a regular basis - perfect for credit and debit card transactions.
These terminals connect via a GPRS (General Packet Radio Service) SIM card built into the mobile unit. 123Send is able to provide a solution on Vodafone, O2 or Everything Everywhere, delivering a more comprehensive service in terms of coverage* and choice for you.
123Send's premium GPRS solution - 123Roam - is a special SIM card which automatically connects you to the strongest network. It also enables you to manually switch between O2, Vodafone and Everything Everywhere (Orange & T-Mobile) ensuring you have the best possible coverage.
Why choose Mobile / GPRS Terminals?
- Ability to process transactions in a truly mobile environment
- Roaming SIM card can be used in Mobile GPRS terminals
- Faster communication with GPRS
- No telephone line required
- The opportunity to increase business
- Improved cash flow
- Less cash to handle
- Professional image
Flexibility with 123
Coverage is dependent on the strength of the GPRS networks. It's possible that these networks become congested at busy times. This is outside of 123Send's control. However, we advise you to check network coverage at the terminal location. If you are in a poor coverage area our new roaming sim card, 123Roam, may be the answer!
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