Today the mobile payments company Square announced that they will be launching their payments system in the UK, meaning that small businesses and other people will be able to take card payments on the go, using their mobile to do so.

This comes after Square has already been launched in the US, Canada, Japan, and Australia, making the UK the fifth country where Square has launched.

It will be available for £39 when it launches in the UK, after which independent traders to take card payments without monthly contracts or hidden fees.

It is also really easy to set up and works with Visa, Mastercard, and American Express cards.

You can also link the card reader to their companion app to look at sales data, invoicing and digital receipts.

Jack Dorsey, the CEO of Square revealed more with the following.

“We founded Square to empower small businesses with tools to accept all forms of payment and to make a sale anytime, anywhere, we look forward to working alongside the millions of entrepreneurs and thriving small and medium-sized businesses across the UK, especially those who do not yet take card payments.”

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