Payment cards are finally getting rid of the swipe payment method EMV Chips are the new normal, for added security and convenience. GlobalOnePay is one of the first companies to release a mobile card reader capable of supporting EMV payments. A positive development for the industry, as it works on both iOS and Android.

Bringing EMV payments to mobile is a big challenge. Although it works for app integration, conducting mobile card transactions is a different matter altogether. GlobalOnePay has released a new hardware gadget to make this happen. It is affordable, secure, and available immediately.

EMV Payments are Coming to Mobile

For anyone looking to accept credit and debit cards on the go, GlobalOnePay’s mobile card reader is worth looking into. Anyone who owns an Android or iOS device can use this new card reader without issues. It is capable of connecting through the audio jack or Bluetooth, making it compatible with all commonly used devices.

GlobalOnePay’s Craig Ludwig comments as follows:

“GlobalOnePay’s products and services deliver a broad range of omni-channel payment capabilities. We continue to innovate, bringing to market new and better ways for merchants to accept payments online or in person. We’ve created a unique mobile experience and look forward to introducing it to our merchants and partners who will benefit from a simplified, affordable payment solution.”

This mobile card reader supports chip and PIN, chip and sign, magstripe, and manual card entry. This makes it very convenient to use by all parties involved. It can also email or text receipts to cardholders. The app has a native overview of past receipts and reports, which helps out in terms of tax filing. All in all, a very robust product which can make a big impact moving forward.

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