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  Reply # 682536 6-Sep-2012 20:09 Send private message

Try being in Australia. Heaps of shops don't have EFTPOS at all, especially small ones (cafes, coffee shops especially)




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  Reply # 682637 7-Sep-2012 06:49 Send private message

Runing EFTPOS via internet, the transaction goes through about 4 times faster.

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  Reply # 682741 7-Sep-2012 11:44 Send private message

ajobbins: Try being in Australia. Heaps of shops don't have EFTPOS at all, especially small ones (cafes, coffee shops especially)


And a lot of those that do have them don't work with our NZ cards.

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