Mobile Payment Solutions for Vending Machines
Mobile transactions at vending machines are becoming the norm.
Mobile payments offer the ultimate in flexibility for your vending customers. No coins or wallet needed – just an app. With a CCV mobile payments solution, you can process transactions from smartphone wallets, payment apps, and all kinds of wearable devices. Smart payments made simple.
Your customers might leave their wallet at home, but they’re not going to step outside without their smartphone. Install an NFC payment reader in your vending machines and let your customers pay with any major digital wallet brand: Apple Pay, Google Pay, Samsung Pay, and more.
Open up your vending machines to an even wider audience. Accept mobile payments from other payment apps, including pre-paid, subscription, and QR code systems. You can even combine these with loyalty schemes, offering the chance to earn points, enjoy discounts, and receive free vends.
Wearable devices mean consumers will always have the option to pay – as long as the merchant is ready. Take payments from NFC-enabled wearables (smart watches, wristbands, fitness trackers, key rings, fobs, stickers, rings, and more) and nothing gets in the way of a successful vend.
Speak to CCV about mobile payment solutions for vending machines today.
Mobile payment solutions are an opportunity to provide the best customer experience at your vending machines, with quick, convenient transactions. If you’d like to know more about mobile payment systems for vending, our advisors are available to offer tailored, expert advice.
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