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Pricing & Plans
Zero Cost Processing
Point of Sale
B2B - Level 2/3
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What card types can a terminal accept?
Terminals can accept all cards - Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. They can also be setup to accept NFC, PIN-debit, EBT, Fleet cards, and even gift cards too.
What terminals does AND offer?
AND offers several terminals from leading manufacturers, to meet each merchant's unique needs. We offer Pax, Dejavoo, Verifone, First Data, Ingenico and more.
Can terminals accept NFC payments?
Yes, all terminals that AND deploys can accept NFC payments - otherwise known as contactless, Apple Pay, Google Wallet, or Samsung Pay.
Can terminals accept PIN debit and EBT?
Yes, terminals can be programmed to accept PIN and EBT sales by utilizing their internal PinPad. Or, you can opt for a customer-facing PinPad to speed up the transaction.
What is a standalone terminal?
A standalone credit card terminal is a device that sits on your countertop, designed solely to accept credit card payments. They're reliable and have an ever-increasing feature set.
Are terminals wireless?
Many models are, yes. AND offers both WiFi and cellular terminals. WiFi is great for wireless processing in your establishment, where cellular is ideal in the field.
Are terminals PCI compliant?
All terminals that AND deploys are fully PCI compliant. Although internet-connected terminals typically need to complete a quarterly web-scan per PCI rules, smart terminals are exempt.
Why choose a terminal over a POS?
Not all merchants need a robust POS system. If you require an in-person solution for low-rate credit card acceptance without all the bells and whistles, terminals are perfect. Plus - smart terminals add several great features without the POS pricetag.
What's a smart terminal?
Smart terminals have the same form-factor as a "standard" terminal, but offer upper-level features commonly found in a POS, like inventory, online reporting, and app downloads.
How does a terminal connect?
All terminals that AND deploys can process through an internet (IP) line or through a dial-up (phone) line. Many models are wireless, connecting via WiFi or a cellular connection.
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