Ingenico Group, the global leader in seamless payment, today announced the launch of its new mobile point of sale at the upcoming Trustech show in Cannes, France.
Available in two versions, companion or standalone, the Link/2500 was designed to address small merchants’ payment needs in mobility.
The Link/2500 enables estate owners to offer their clients (micro and small merchants) a new generation mobile solution and the benefits of its broad range of services. This new device is compatible with Ingenico’s suite of cost optimization services (estate management or digital receipt management). The Link/2500 covers the full spectrum of wireless connectivity (3G, fallback GPRS, Dual SIM, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi), offering flexibility to mobile merchants, while reducing communication costs and maximizing network availability.
Based on the Telium Tetra operating system, it is highly secure and supports all Ingenico payment applications, which is a key asset to Ingenico existing customers who can leverage Ingenico’s unique portfolio of payment applications in one click. In addition to EMV Chip & PIN and swipe, the Link/2500 supports all payment methods including NFC/contactless, Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Thanks to an integrated speaker providing vocal assistance and a real mechanical keypad with raised marking, the Link/2500 is built for accessibility. It is also available as a companion to pair with any smart device. This slim version is the thinnest mobile device on the market.
The new Link/2500 completes Ingenico’s extensive mobile solution offering to address all merchants’ needs and mobility use cases. The cutting-edge and compact Link/2500 is aimed at small merchants, while the recently introduced iSMP4 offers an enterprise mobility solution for the most demanding retail environments. Our new comprehensive range of mobile POS illustrates our commitment to offering tailored solutions and cost optimization tools for all mobile environments.’ said Jacques Guérin, EVP Smart Terminals and Mobile Solutions.
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