Today Google announced Android Pay – its new mobile payment offering that will be pre-installed on virtually all new Android-based handsets coming from Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T, and it will be backward compatible with most Android handsets in the market (as long as they have Near-Field Communication (NFC) and can support KitKat+).
What do you have to do to accept Android Pay on your machines? The answer…Nothing! Android Pay is seamlessly supported on all machines running Greenlite cashless – accepting Android Pay will require no hardware upgrade and no additional cost. When Google rolls it out – you’ll be ready to accept it.
Greenlite was built from the ground up to accept mobile payments and we’re committed to accepting all leading forms of cashless payment. In addition to Android Pay, Greenlite also accepts traditional credit card payments including Visa Debit and Credit, MasterCard Debit and Credit, American Express and Discover as well as mobile payment options including Apple Pay, Visa Checkout and MasterCard Contactless. Learn more about Greenlite atwww.greenlitevending.com.
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