As mobile EFTPOS machines work using a SIM card there is no need to maintain and run a traditional phone line. This is great as it means that you do not need to pay the monthly line rental charges that come with a traditional telephone line. It also means that you can use your EFTPOS terminal while you are on the phone. Sometimes, when a business has just 1 phone line and shares this with the EFTPOS machine the business would not be able to use the phone and EFTPOS at the same time. This means that when using the EFTPOS machine customers calling the business would get the engaged tone and could potentially try calling a competitor.
nbnTM is the new broadband network that is currently being built in Australia. As this new network is rolled out across the country, the traditional telephone lines will become obsolete. When this happens, any EFTPOS machines that currently operate using a traditional telephone line will need to be upgraded to a mobile device. Make sure you are nbnTM ready and have a mobile EFTPOS device well ahead of the telephone line switch off!
If your business is mobile and always on the move – a portable mobile EFTPOS terminal will provide a fantastic way to take money on the move. A mobile mechanic, or mobile hairdresser can take the terminal with them and accept payments anywhere with Telstra mobile coverage. This allows a mobile business to provide more expensive services as customers can pay with card. They can also provide more services as customers are not limited by the amount of cash that they have on them. By having a mobile terminal a business can ensure that they collect payment on the spot. This minimises the need to chase payment after completing a job.
The mobile portable EFTPOS terminals can be taken with you outside of your business. The portable terminals work anywhere that has Telstra mobile coverage. This means if you have a trade fair or have an event – you'll be able to take the terminal with you and take payments where ever you are.
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