Digital services leader PayMaya brings another innovation in digital payments for small and medium-sized enterprises around the country with PayMaya One Lite, a pocket-sized device that accepts all types of digital payments, including cards, eWallets, and QR.

PayMaya One Lite

The device is also completely paperless. Transaction records are sent via e-mail straight to the customer immediately upon payment. Less use of paper means saving resources while ensuring that records are digitally saved for reference.

Payments accepted by PayMaya One Lite include Visa, Mastercard, and JCB Credit, debit and credit card payments, as well as e-wallet accounts such as PayMaya QR.

Soon, it will also be able to accept Bancnet card payments and other emerging payment options such as WeChat Pay, Alipay, and QR PH.

With its handy features, business owners can easily utilize PayMaya One Lite for accepting any form of cashless payments whether in-store, deliveries or even when doing meetups with customers anywhere.

PayMaya currently has the largest base of Android-based POS devices in PH, servicing the cashless payment needs of thousands of merchants. These allow for contactless payments while enabling the widest range of payment options.

PayMaya One devices are powered by Android, so software updates are done over-the-air, allowing businesses to accept future types of payments without disruption.

PayMaya One Lite is the latest offering in PayMaya’s end-to-end suite of cashless payment acceptance solutions available for businesses and merchants of all sizes today. Merchants can also deploy the device in their physical stores and branches, or in self-ordering kiosks; the PayMaya Checkout payment gateway for their e-Commerce sites; PayMaya Payment Links for sending invoices via email, chat, or SMS; and Digital QR for small businesses and casual sellers online, among many others.

Businesses can now signify their interest to get a PayMaya One Lite device may visit this site.

Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.