At present we have two GPRS mobile card terminals. We got GPRS models because we often do local delivery and occasionally need to take payment on delivery. We much prefer card payment to cash, so it works well. The contract for our terminals is up for renewal and we've been offered to keep the existing units for a reduced rental (40% discount), we can have new units, or we can cancel the terminals and go elsewhere. I have, for a while, been looking at the Square 'Terminal' as it looks good, has the POS software integrated, as well as a receipt printer. It runs on Wifi and so when out and about, we could have a wireless hotspot in the van to connect it to, or alternatively an iZettle machine but that would need to be linked to a tablet or phone. The POS software we use on our trade counter can integrate with the iZettle reader so can automatically send the amounts, etc to the iZettle, where as the Square Terminal would be it's own standalone POS. Cost wise, we pay around 1.2% for our card transactions whereas iZettle and Square are both 1.75%, but that's obviously offset by the saving of the rental cost. I'm just looking for opinions really. Should we stick with our traditional terminals (that in my opinion look a bit more 'professional'), or switch to iZettle or Square? Does anyone have any experience taking payments with either of the above? In particular the Square Terminal?