Businesses can now use Sun Cellular’s Mobile Pay to process payments using credit cards, ATMs, and debit cards.
Sun Mobile Pay, a portable online payment system using a Sun-powered point-of-sale device, allows business owners to quickly process card payment transactions anywhere without the need for a telephone line or costly wired installations.
“Mobile Pay improves overall business efficiency and competitive edge by making payment transaction using major credit cards fast, simple and secured,” Michele Curran, Sun Cellular’s Vice-President for Business Solutions.
Business owners can choose between a portable terminal available for as low as P1,379 per month, or the desktop version for a minimum of P1,259 monthly.
All Mobile Pay packages include use of Sun SIM, a point-of-sale device, training on the use of equipment, and 24/7 customer support through its exclusive Sun Business Pro hotline 395 8PRO(776).
“Sun Cellular continues to introduce new business tools allowing businesses to be more productive while saving on telecommunication expenses,” Curran said.
Largely because of its unlimited service and nationwide coverage, Sun is now the No.1 in the industry in the postpaid business in terms of number of subscribers. In September last year, it breached the one million postpaid mark and counting.
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