First DataTM FD400GT Wireless Terminal
The First Data FD400GT wireless terminal allows your business to take advantage of payment acceptance options at any location your business may take you. The light-weight device is designed with ease-of-use in mind, while still offering performance and dependability, in a portable package.
The FD400GT provides a number of key benefits for your business:
- Process payments on-the-go -- Process transactions virtually anywhere, anytime. You can accept payments wherever you have wireless coverage from the cellular provider you select for use with this terminal. Does not use your smartphone or cellular plan minutes.
- All-in-one processing solution -- This portable device has all of your point of sale needs covered. It is a card processing terminal, PIN pad, printer and it's ready to for the road. All major credit and debit cards are able to be processed, as well as gift cards.
- Leverage card present processing rates -- By processing with a wireless terminal, you can ensure that transactions are processed at favorable rates. Typically, higher "card not present" rates are incurred when accepting cards manually or over the phone.
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