Clover Flex

Portable

Clover Flex card machine
  • Connects via Wi-Fi

  • 5-inch toughened glass touch screen

  • Digital and printed receipts

  • 36-month contract

  • 2100mAH battery

  • Customised functionality via Clover apps and software plans

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Ingenico Move3500

Portable

Ingenico Move3500 portable
  • Connects via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi

  • 3.2-inch display

  • Built-in receipt printer

  • 12–48-month contract options

  • 2200mAH battery

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VerifoneV240M

Portable

Verifone V240M portable
  • Connects via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi

  • 3.5-inch toughened touch screen display

  • Built-in receipt printer

  • 12–48-month contract options

  • 2450mAH battery

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Benefits of portable card machines

Wi-Fi connectivity

Take payments anywhere within your premises

Payment choice

Accepts chip & PIN, contactless, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay

Data and insight

Free online reporting tools providing customer insights

Getting started with portable card machines

1: Apply

Answer a range of questions and share some of your business details, such as how you plan on trading, then select a card machine and complete your application.

2: Confirm

Once you’ve completed the application, we’ll ask you to electronically sign the agreement, then we’ll set up your account.

3: Start

Instructions on how to set up are included with all our portable card machines to get you selling as quickly as possible.

4: Learn

Access statements and track sales via our free online reporting tools, giving you live data about your customers, helping you manage and grow your business.

Frequently asked questions

What’s the difference between mobile and portable card machines?

The main difference between mobile and portable card machines is connectivity. Mobile card readers generally make use of a SIM card to provide connectivity, which is great if you need to take payments away from your business premises, such as at a trade fair. Whereas portable card machines, also known as wireless card machines, generally connect to the broadband on your premises via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, allowing you to take payments throughout your premises – a good option for restaurants & cafes.

  • Portable card readers or machines enable you to take payments where your customers are, in and around your premises. This could be perfect for businesses that offer table service or have an outside space.

  • Yes – our portable card machines are designed to be plug and play and have a built-in battery. Simply connect your machine’s cradle to power, turn on the card machine and follow the on-screen instructions which will guide you through any necessary steps such as connecting to Wi-Fi or changing the default Supervisor PIN.

  • As no two businesses are the same, we will need to work with you to ensure we provide the right service at the right price. Our pricing varies across products and type, so it will depend on factors such as your card turnover, how you want to take payments and the product you eventually choose. You have an opportunity to view a clear breakdown of your rates and charges before you decide so you fully understand what you’re agreeing to before you start.

  • Our portable card machines accept all major credit and debit cards as well as digital wallets, including Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover Global Network and Diners Club International, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay.

  • Your funds should arrive in your selected business bank account within three to five working days of the transaction taking place, if the settlement is made in sterling. Faster settlement options are available at a small charge.

  • The main difference between mobile and portable card machines is connectivity. Mobile card readers generally make use of a SIM card to provide connectivity, which is great if you need to take payments away from your business premises, such as at a trade fair. Whereas portable card machines, also known as wireless card machines, generally connect to the broadband on your premises via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, allowing you to take payments throughout your premises – a good option for restaurants & cafes.

  • Portable card readers or machines enable you to take payments where your customers are, in and around your premises. This could be perfect for businesses that offer table service or have an outside space.

  • Yes – our portable card machines are designed to be plug and play and have a built-in battery. Simply connect your machine’s cradle to power, turn on the card machine and follow the on-screen instructions which will guide you through any necessary steps such as connecting to Wi-Fi or changing the default Supervisor PIN.

  • As no two businesses are the same, we will need to work with you to ensure we provide the right service at the right price. Our pricing varies across products and type, so it will depend on factors such as your card turnover, how you want to take payments and the product you eventually choose. You have an opportunity to view a clear breakdown of your rates and charges before you decide so you fully understand what you’re agreeing to before you start.

  • Our portable card machines accept all major credit and debit cards as well as digital wallets, including Mastercard, Visa, American Express, Discover Global Network and Diners Club International, Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay.

  • Your funds should arrive in your selected business bank account within three to five working days of the transaction taking place, if the settlement is made in sterling. Faster settlement options are available at a small charge.

Ready to apply?

Apply online, or by calling us on 0330 134 7976. Lines are open 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

Apply online

Other ways to accept payments face to face

Mobile card reader illustration

Mobile card readers

A great option if you need to sell away from your premises.

Mobile card readers
Illustration of a Countertop card machine

Countertop card machines

Could be perfect if you always serve your customers at the till.

Countertop card machines

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