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In an increasingly mobile and cashless society, small businesses more than ever need an easy way to accept credit cards on the go so they never have to say no to a sale. 

 

Whether you are a one-person operation, or a business with 50 employees, one of the big challenges for many small businesses is payment.  Many organizations are not equipped to take or process credit cards– until now.

 

Verizon Wireless and Intuit teamed up to deliver a game changer for the small- and medium-sized business.  The Intuit GoPayment will enable the entrepreneur to do something seamlessly – take plastic on select mobile devices and tablets.

Setting up an account is simple and takes less than 15 minutes.

 

All you need is the GoPayment card reader, available for $29.97 from any one of the 2,300 Verizon Wireless retail stores (It comes with a $30 mail in rebate debit card).  Users simply download the free GoPayment app to a mobile device.  The card reader easily fits into the audio jack of a supported smartphone or tablet. 

 

Credit and debit cards can be swiped through the card reader or entered manually through the free GoPayment app.  The transaction is processed immediately and funds are automatically deposited into a user’s bank account within a few business days. GoPayment can be used on the most popular devices on iOS, BlackBerry and Android platforms, including select 4G LTE smartphones and tablets.  Tablet and smartphone users require a data package starting at $30 monthly access for 2GB of data.

 

So, if you are a small business, and are intent on changing your cashflow and increasing your revenue, consider deploying GoPayment to change your business.

 

Additional information can be found at www.verizonwireless.com/gopayment

 

If your business is already using GoPayment, tell me how your game was changed.

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Contact the editor: sandra.j.lee@verizon.com

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Sandy Lee

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Sandy is a member of Verizon Business Markets marketing team where she leads social media marketing.


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