Android™ EFTPOS Demo: MOTO

Android™ EFTPOS Demo: MOTO


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Grab a sneak peek of what processing a MOTO payment looks like on an Android™ EFTPOS terminal.

In our first Android EFTPOS demo post, we showed you what taking payment and processing refunds looks like on a Verifone T650p. In this demo, we take you through a MOTO payment on a Verifone T650p EFTPOS terminal.  




What is a MOTO payment?

A MOTO payment is when you collect customers card details over the phone or via email and then manually enter them into your terminal to process a payment. To process MOTO transactions, you will need to talk to your bank about taking card-not-present payments.

Check out how to do a MOTO payment here:




  1. Enter the transaction amount
  2. Tap Other
  3. Tap Manual Card Entry
  4. Tap Mail Order or Phone Order
  5. Enter the card number, tap Enter and then tap Confirm
    NOTE: For your customer’s security, your terminal won’t display the full card number on screen while you type it in
  6. Enter the card expiration date in the format MM/YY
  7. Your terminal processes the transaction and then displays Approved or Declined
  8. Select EMAIL to email the customer their receipt, or NO THANKS to continue back to the payment screen

You can learn more about how to use the T650p and Carbon mobile 5 with Printer in our online user guide.


New features and functionality

Our terminal development team are hard at work delivering improvements, features and functionality for our new, Android™ EFTPOS terminal software.

Keep updated with the latest developments by signing up for our Android Update list.


Good news for Eftpos NZ customers!

We'll be upgrading our entire fleet to Verifone Android EFTPOS devices, so if you're an Eftpos NZ customer, you get one. Eftpos NZ customers can sign up for a priority upgrade.

Not an Eftpos NZ customer? Now is a great time to join us! Get your hands on an Android EFTPOS terminal, make the switch now.

Let us know in the comments below what you would like to see us demonstrate next!

This information is intended for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. The development, release and timing of any products, features or functionality remain at the sole discretion of Eftpos NZ and are subject to change.


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