True Telecom has announced that they now support Apple Pay on all of their payment terminal devices.
Apple Pay, which launched in the UK on the 14th of July, has already boomed in the States, despite only recently being released. With support from an impressive number of banking partners and retail stores, this new payment process is set to revolutionise the way consumers and business owners interact in-store, by eliminating the need to hand over cash or an actual bank card.
Processed through a customer’s Apple Watch or IPhone 6, Apple Pay can now be accepted across all True Telecom terminal devices where contactless has been enabled. This development adds to the company’s growing portfolio of services.
Stuart Griffiths, CEO of True Telecom commented, “We are excited to be able to offer SME’s up and down the country the ability to accept Apple Pay on their True payment terminal. We welcome this new technology in business, In the grand scheme of things; this could mean that SME’s get more customers through their door, more sales and ultimately more profits.”
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