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GoDaddy launches two new POS devices

By Lauren Fruncillo September 30, 2021 - 10:00 am

GoDaddy have expanded GoDaddy Payments with the launch of two point of sale POS devices, including a countertop Smart Terminal and mobile Card Reader.

The new POS devices will give small businesses the ability to sell, track and manage sales. GoDaddy also unveiled GoDaddy Payments’ new groundbreaking pricing, which enables small businesses to save more of their hard-earned money.

While businesses don’t need a website to use GoDaddy’s POS, with consumers spending $791.70 billion online in the U.S. in 2020, adding an online store is vital to their long-term success. This is also where GoDaddy’s POS stands apart from others on the market—the secret sauce is revealed in the seamless experience felt by businesses that sell both online and offline; like a brick and mortar that offers online orders with in-store pickup. GoDaddy’s POS seamlessly integrates with GoDaddy’s Online Store to unify in-person and online sales in one organized place—the new Commerce Hub.

As part of the POS launch, GoDaddy’s new offerings include:

  • GoDaddy Smart Terminal ($249) is a modern, sleek terminal for brick-and-mortar businesses. Versatile and low profile, the Smart Terminal is dual-screened and doesn’t require swiveling screens or additional hardware to make transactions—it even includes a hidden built-in printer for receipts. Businesses can customize it with their logo so transactions become a seamless extension of their brand.
  • GoDaddy Card Reader with Docking Station ($49) is ideal for payments on-the-go at farmer’s markets and the like. The small hardware packs a punch, with a full 3-in-1 swipe, chip and tap function, and works with the GoDaddy Mobile App for a quick and intuitive experience. With a docking station for added flexibility and a battery life that lasts the whole day, businesses never have to worry about missing a sale.

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