EFTPOS terminals

Accept payments in-store or on the go with a range of EFTPOS devices.

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  • Accept payments at the counter or tableside
  • A portable touchscreen tablet
  • Split bills, add tips
  • Print or email receipts.

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  • Accept payments away from the counter
  • Use your phone or tablet as a secure payment tool
  • Create customised apps to suit your business. 

  • Turn your phone into a point of sale device
  • Provide invoices and estimates
  • Pair with the CommBank Small Business app.

Online payments & eCommerce

Solutions for business' who want to process online payments.

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  • A customised payment gateway
  • Range of payment options
  • Collects payment data for your business.

  • Accept online payments
  • A complete payment gateway
  • For retailers in Australia or overseas.

  • Integrate a third party gateway into an account
  • Accept online payments
  • Fast set up.

Billing & recurring payments

Accept payments in a variety of ways, with simple reconciliation.

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  • Allows bill payers to transfer funds from their account to yours
  • Accept payments online, on your mobile over the phone.

  • Debit regular, recurring payments from your customers
  • Bulk funds transferred directly to your bank account
  • Know exactly when you'll be paid.

  • Payment and remittance processing
  • Get payments using email, mail or fax.

  • An advanced electronic funds transfer solution
  • Increases reconciliation effectiveness
  • Your bank details won't be shared.

Things you should know

As this advice has been prepared without considering your objectives, financial situation or needs, you should, before acting on the information, consider its appropriateness to your circumstances. Please view our Merchant Agreement, Financial Services Guide and Operator and User Guides at our Merchant Support Centre.

Important changes to payment surcharging

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has established changes to card payments regulations banning excessive payment surcharges and providing new powers for the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC). This new standard will affect the amount that merchants can surcharge for card transactions. The standard currently applies to large businesses and will apply to all other businesses from 1 September 2017.

Find out more information on the changes

View the ACCC Guidelines