MTS Launches mPOS – Mobile as Point Of Sale

By June 27th, 2012 AT 2:45 PM

MTS India is all set to launch a revolutionary service called mPOS – Mobile as Point of Sale. mPOS user have to put the mPOS attachment (portable card reader) on an MTS Smartphone or tablet through the 3.5 mm audio jack, swipe the credit/debit card, enter transaction amount and that is it.

MTS Launches mPOS Mobile as Point Of Sale

The total bundle (MTS MTag 3.1, mPOS attachment & One year Data plan) would be priced between Rs.3000 – 4000. The average monthly spends on usage of MTS mPOS would be between Rs.200 – Rs.300. This service will be extremely useful for retailers, home-delivery based service models like e-commerce players, food chains, pizza delivery outlets and companies into direct sales model like FMCG, Insurance providers etc.

The payments made and received through MTS mPOS are completely safe and the entire end-to-end solution is PCI (Payment Card industry) DSS (Data Security Standards) compliant. The details of the Credit/Debit Card are encrypted at the time of swipe. The application uses Smartphone’s data connectivity to send the packet out to the host servers. At no point is the card data saved on the phone or on the mPOS attachment.

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Vikram

goona be very useful for small cafes, hotel & other kinds of shops

sajjad
sajjad

I WAS an mts subscriber, I port OUT to docomo now. coz EXPENSIVE DATA plans both in 1x and hsd compare to edge n 3g, no roaming incoming free which available in past, lots of stv plans changed like 191 was half paise for lifetime or six months validity now it gives 3 months validity. etc etc
particularly cdma battery drains a quickly.
so if mts start gsm service I will be more happy rather than these kind of worthless gadgets.

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