We’re nearly halfway through 2019. If you’re currently reading this and don’t own a wireless device of some kind, we’d be incredibly shocked. We’re practically living in a wireless world, aren’t we? Who doesn’t own a smartphone or a tablet or a laptop computer that doesn’t require any plugs in order to operate?
Going wireless has certainly made life easier, hasn’t it? We’re no longer bound by location when it comes to surfing the internet. Each and every day, we have the ability to go online, using our smartphones, no matter where we are. Whether through the use of our data plans or Wi-Fi connections, those wireless handheld devices allow us to do pretty much anything these days.
Remember the days when we’d have to travel to the library in order to research a subject of interest? Here’s hoping people still use the library, by the way! Today, information is at our fingertips, 24/7. The second you wish to learn about a person, place or thing, you simply take out your mobile device, type the subject into Google, and knowledge is gained within seconds.
“With a smartphone you can easily find that information in no time,” affirms Nuvera.net, “Not only does a smartphone come in handy for solving arguments, but it is also a great way to search anything quickly and easily. Want to know what movies are playing? Search it wherever you are with your phone. Want to know who won the Twins game? Google it on your phone. Want to know how long you should bake a cake? It’s all simply found right from your phone.”
When most people think of their wireless devices, they admit that they aren’t completely wireless. After all, we all need to plug our wireless devices into electrical sockets in order to give their batteries life, right? Well, not necessarily. On Forbes.com, David Ferris explains that new technology will soon allow us all to power up without the need for any power cords.
“The model that’s shaping up is one of wireless hubs that are extremely local,” he informs, “A power transmitter would be installed underneath a surface at which people spend long stretches of time, such as a coffee table, conference table, nightstand, or a car’s trinket tray.”
If you’re still using a POS terminal that requires a plug and a socket, you’re missing out on many benefits. Wireless payment solutions don’t inhibit you from accepting payments in locations outside of the four walls of your place of business. Accept payments anywhere and at any time with the Point Smart Terminal. It requires no dongles or extensions – only a connection through either 3G or Wi-Fi or both!
“Poynt lets you accept payment anywhere, with the security and convenience you should expect in your payment solution,” says their website, which points out that the terminal allows you to go wireless for up to eight hours!
For more information about how you can take advantage of this revolutionary wireless payment solution, please don’t hesitate to call Canadian POS at 1-877-748-2884 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.