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Mobile Card Payments

Mobile Card Payments

Turn your mobile device into a credit card terminal

U.S. Bank’s mobile payment solution transforms smartphones and other mobile devices into mobile credit card terminals, enabling you to accept payments cost-effectively and securely anywhere, anytime.

Accept card payments on your mobile device with Converge Mobile

Converge Mobile is an easy-to-use, flexible and secure mobile payment solution that allows you to take payments anywhere your business takes you. Converge Mobile uses a separate, encrypted card reader to accept payments. It is compatible with Android and iOS smartphones and mobile devices like tablets and iPads. Receipts can be emailed directly from your mobile device or you can purchase an optional, portable printer if you prefer.

  • Supports processing for mobile environments, including contactless, EMV, card swipes and key-entered payments
  • No card or payment information is stored on your mobile device or on the card reader. Payments are encrypted at the time of payment and are sent immediately to the Converge secure Payment Platform to be processed.
  • Works with most Apple® and Android® products, regardless of carrier
  • Preset tax rates, include discounts or add gratuity to any transaction
  • Allows you to use your existing supported mobile device and cell phone carrier. Just purchase the supported card reader and you’re ready to go.

Get Started Today

To get started, you’ll need a Converge account and a supported card reader. In the U.S. Converge Mobile works with the Ingenico iCMP and the Ingenico RP457c. Both card readers are paired to your device via Bluetooth and are very simple to connect to your phone/tablet. Once you have that, simply download the free Converge Mobile app from the Google Play Store or Apple App store and you’re all set.

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