payleven, and BIXOLON, a globally active manufacturer of printer systems, have announced their cooperation. The mobile BIXOLON printer SPP-R200IIi will be sold via payleven in a bundle with the Chip & PIN device or as stand-alone, starting today.
New and existing customers can order the Bluetooth printer in combination with the Chip & PIN device for the special offer price of 299 Euro. With the BIXOLON SPP-R200IIi all receipts can be printed immediately, without cable connection, via smartphone or tablet.
The combination of the BIXOLON printer and Chip & PIN device fulfils many more functions than a traditional card terminal. If the customer wishes, merchants can print and hand out the conventional paper receipt right after the purchase. The payleven app works with debit- and credit cards. Small and medium sized enterprises benefit from the easy- to- use, absolutely mobile and convenient sized format of both devices.
“payleven relies on innovation and mobility- the same as us. The flexibility the merchants get from using Chip & PIN with the BIXOLON SPP-R200IIi, will surely fulfil all customer needs.” Ralf-H. Bauer, Sales Director BIXOLON Europe.
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