iZettle has just launched its Android and iOS payment platform on EE in the UK, giving small businesses a cheap way to get paid through Visa, American Express, Diner’s Club and Mastercard. For a £20 fee in EE stores, you can grab the scanner (shown above) and start accepting charge card payments through your iPhone, iPad and certain Android devices with no other fees except for the usual merchant grab — 2.75 percent per transaction in this case. Sales can even be keyed in manually if you don’t want the scanner, and the company claims the system is quick and “totally secure.” So, if you’re tired of chasing down that deadbeat client who keeps saying “too bad you don’t take Amex,” hit the PR after the jump.
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