A common question being received in the PaymentMax office concerns the ROAMpay mobile and ROAMpay Swipe on the BlackBerry. The first question is, “How do I navigate easily through the ROAMpay mobile app?”
The BlackBerry key seen above is used heavily in the ROAMpay application. To easily navigate and enter data, press the BlackBerry Button and choose the appropriate action.
“My BlackBerry Swiper is not working and it is plugged into the audio jack.”
Once you have ensured your ROAMpay Swiper is plugged completely in, make sure the volume is turned to maximum. The credit card swiper will not work unless the volume is turned to maximum.
To get started accepting credit cards on your BlackBerry or for more information visit www.paymentmax.com.
Yea…Good news for our BlackBerry clients! ROAMdata released their ROAMpay mobile credit card reader for BlackBerry smartphones.
This means low-swiped rates, and faster processing times! The ROAMpay mobile credit card swiper is secure, low-cost, and tough.
For more information on accepting credit cards using your BlackBerry visit www.paymentmax.com
AprivaPay has become a hot topic in the PaymentMax office lately. Mobile merchants are super excited about the swiper/printer peripheral for their phones.
At last! They can print receipts in a mobile situation. However, unlike ROAMpay which is compatible with hundreds of mobile phones, Aprivapay is limited to iPhone, Android, BlackBerry, and Windows mobile phones.
For more information, and to get started accepting credit cards with your mobile phone with the option of swiping and printing receipts visit www.paymentmax.com
I have received quite a few inquires to the differences between these two mobile credit card processing applications. The big difference is PAYware mobile is for the iPhone 3G or 3GS. ROAMpay mobile works on many, many different phones-Android, Blackberry, and iPhone.
For a more detailed comparison