iZettle gets competition – new card dongle includes chip & PIN

The mobile card reader market is heat’n up in the Nordics!

Point in Sweden (owned by VeriFone) today launch a mobile card dongle named Sail for Android and iOS. The Sail dongle goes head-on with iZettle and includes chip and PIN (iZettle is chip and signature).

Sail can also be NFC enabled and purchases can be done using a cards magnet stripe. Sail is online coupled with Points payment switch and infrastucture, and is delivered with the software needed to execute a payment.

Point is a leading provider of electronic payment solutions in Europe and a big PSP in Nordics and the biggest in Sweden, controlling 70% of the installed base of POS terminals in the country.

Sail MPOS

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