SIMPLE & INTUITIVE
CurbPay have a payment solution for every business.
The CurbPay app is a simple free download which transforms your android phone into a contactless payment device, whilst the ISO retail terminal is a simple hand-held Chip & PIN terminal with keypad, touchscreen and integrated printer.
With the contactless payment limit increasing to £100, the latest CurbPay app is the way forward. It turns your android phone into a self-contained contactless payment terminal, completely eliminating the need for additional hardware, installation and maintenance.
ISO PIN PAD
You'll see the familiar ISO terminal in use by millions of businesses, shops and restaurants around the world. It processes credit and debit cards including 'contactless', Apple Pay and Android Pay. Our terminal prints receipts for your customers and for your own records.
WORK SMARTER, PAY LESS, KEEP MORE
Cards overtook cash long before COVID 19 made contactless payments a 'must-have'. CurbPay provides market leading card payment devices for all your contactless, mobile, Chip & PIN and magnetic swipe transactions.
YOUR SMART PAYMENT PARTNER
The roots of CurbPay can be traced back to the earliest days of the electronic payment revolution. Now fully independent, CurbPay was part of a global US-based corporation until launching dedicated UK retail operations in 2019. We continue to deliver great payment technology to help build successful businesses for our clients.
Your Merchant Account can be set up within minutes and you could be taking your first CurbPay card transaction in just a few hours.
Budget 2021: Contactless payment limit to increase to £100, Chancellor Rishi Sunak says
The action to increase the limit on contactless payments has been made possible by the end of the Brexit transition period, with the European Commission having a limit of €50 (around £45) on contactless payments.
Contactless card payment limits to rise from £45 to £100
This will give a "huge boost", the government says, helping to support jobs and businesses.
The proportion of debit card payments using contactless has risen since the onset of Covid-19, from four out of 10 in 2019 to six out of 10 in September 2020.
One-third of small businesses report they have accepted less or stopped accepting cash since COVID-19
This shift to contactless payments has ushered in a new generation of
consumer tendencies that will have a ripple effect on the global economy for years to come.