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Wirecard expands mPOS card acceptance scheme

Wednesday 27 January 2016 | 09:19 CET | News
Payment provider Wirecard Group is expanding its 'accept by Wirecard' mPOS card acceptance scheme and in doing so will adapt to the Austrian 'Registrierkassenpflicht' (till system obligation) which forms part of fiscal reforms in the country. As of now, the mobile card reading device is available at www.acceptapp.com via the subsidiary Wirecard CEE which has a branch in Graz, Austria. Accept by Wirecard transforms smartphones and tablets into mobile till systems. Accept by Wirecard is available as a Chip & PIN reader and connects via Bluetooth with the merchant's smartphone or tablet. NFC

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Companies: Wirecard
Countries: Austria
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