Worldpay’s My Business Hub is a POS system that allows businesses to take payments, print receipts and reconcile sales from anywhere on the shop floor or over the counter. Worldpay operates in 146 countries, with offices in 25 locations around the globe.
Worldpay Point of Sale/Epos Plans and Pricing
My Business Hub is available for Worldpay business customers. The price is a £250 upfront fee or £65 per month. The scanner costs £99.50 (ex VAT). Additional transaction charges apply as per businesses Worldpay agreement.
To see how they compare, have a look at: 2019 UK Merchant Account and Debit Card Processing Fee Comparison.
Worldpay Point of Sale Features
- Lenovo tablet
- 6-8 hours battery life
- Can attach the keyboard to back of tablet
- EMV compliant card machine – chip n pin, contactless and magstripe
- Cash register – built in thermal printer.
- Option to print or email receipts
- New bar code scanner
- Track performance from sales
- Identify trends
- View sales and invoices
Worldpay opened its doors under the name of Streamline in 1989, which was first released by CentreFile, a wholly owned subsidiary of NatWest. Worldpay has played a pioneering role in technology development for in-store, online and mobile payments. Worldpay is now owned by Vantiv, an American company. The sale went through on 16th January 2018 for a purported $10 billion. Although Vantiv is based in the United States, Worldpay’s internal operations are still based in the UK.
Worldpay Point of Sale Reviews
There are very few online Worldpay POS customer reviews. It’s therefore not possible to give a fair Merchant Machine rating at this time.