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5 Best Mobile POS Apps

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Melissa Johnson

Melissa Johnson

Melissa Johnson has been writing about payment processing and mobile payments since 2014, and has been quoted in articles for Credit Karma and The Next Web, among others. She graduated from The University of Kansas in 2010 with bachelor's degrees in English and journalism.
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    Joyce Peter

    Hallo
    I had gone through your softwares and please l would like your advise which software is good for multiple transactions on mobile phone numbers transferring money from different types of bank in different countries or same country..
    Regards
    Joyce

      Jessica Dinsmore

      Hi Joyce,

      PayPal is really the only service we’ve reviewed that works internationally. And you may want to consider that adding international transactions to the mix makes transferring money more expensive regardless of the service. I hope that’s helpful! Best of luck!

        Becky

        Dear Jessica,
        i’m looking for the best cash free payment for my business in Europe based on only 3 months of active business per year. It’s tourism (accomodation) and I would only need in-person payment.
        Any suggestions?

        Many thanks
        B

          Jessica Dinsmore

          Hi Becky,

          It really depends on your location in Europe, but you could look into iZettle or SumUp.

            Dan Suderman

            Melissa,
            Rock Chalk! I have a business in Kansas City building decks and need a payment system that will accept credit cards in the field. I am a one man shop, I do the marketing, accounting, sales and instillation. I need a mobile unit where I can take payment from customers that either swipes or inserts and has a back end that will integrate with Quickbooks. Should I just be using Quickbooks for all my field payments and if so how does that work.
            Thanks,
            Dan

              Jessica Dinsmore

              Hi Dan!

              Square would be a good fit for your situation and can even sync with QuickBooks, so I’d definitely suggest checking them out. Alternatively, you may also want to take a look at Intuit GoPayment. Both great options. Best of luck!

                Jose Miguel Martinez

                We are looking for payment processors. Our operation with more than 7 years of experience (sale of PC, laptop, servers, etc). Our clients pay in person with credit cards. We need to open a trading account with activated MPOS.

                  Jessica Dinsmore

                  Hi Jose,

                  Your website indicates you are based out of Puerto Rico, which makes things a bit tricky. We don’t have a lot of info on mPOS in your area, but it does look like SumUp supports businesses there. I’d suggest checking them out to see if they look like a good fit for your business. Good luck!

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