Ingenico Ict250 Countertop Terminal
- Connects through a phone line and broadband
- Process sales, refunds, cashback and gratuities
- Terminals are compliant to latest PCI PTS standards
What’s included with my countertop terminal?
- Decals for windows and tills to show what card types can be accepted
- Countertop card machine
- Installation guide to setup your terminal
- Ethernet cable to connect to the router
- Power cable
- Phone line connector to connect to the phone socket
- Power supply unit
- Receipt roll
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How does the countertop card machine work?
The iCT250 countertop card machine can be connected through an analogue phone line and/or broadband.
What cards are accepted?
All major debit and credit cards are accepted including Visa, Mastercard, China Union Pay, Diners Club International and Discover. American Express can be added on request.
Are contactless payments accepted?
All our card terminals have contactless built in including Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay.
What happens if my terminal breaks down?
For customers using Worldpay payment terminals, we offer a Peace of Mind package which includes a fast response terminal replacement service, where we aim to replace faulty or broken terminals within 24 hours.
How long will it take to arrive?
Once your application has been approved and your Worldpay customer number allocated, we’ll aim to schedule the delivery of your terminal within 4 days.
Can I set the terminal up myself?
All our terminals are easy to install. For support, you can visit our dedicated help pages here help.worldpay.com/card-machines