PDQ payment terminals are compact and robust pieces of equipment. With regular servicing (this can often be included in your hire or purchase agreement) and considerate use, your PDQ terminal should last for many years. You will only need to change receipt rolls and receive possible software updates for the life of your terminal. Upgrades may sometimes be required, to accommodate new technology such as Contactless payment or to cover the changing needs of a business. Most wireless and portable terminals now have good battery life, but do still need to be regularly charged.
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