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We offer the ability to process credit card transactions from your mobile phone or via your computer. The Mobilecash service converts your cell phone into a credit card payment device. Simply follow the prompts and enter the transaction and credit card detail. The transaction is immediately submitted to the bank for authentication and processing, and a bank reference is sent back to your handset. details of each transaction can be viewed online so as to keep close record of all your transactions.

Competitive rates Mobilecash offers a highly competitive transaction rate and low monthly fees.

No turnover targets = No penalties We don't set any turnover targets so your rate stays the same irrespective of how much you process.

POS Terminals Mobilecash also offers an EFT POS terminal that accepts debit and credit cards. The device is fully mobile, requires no Telkom lines and will work wherever there is cell phone reception.

How quickly can you set me up? We can have you set up and running on mobile phone within 5 working days of receiving your completed application form.

Who are our customers? Some of our well known clients include Honey, Avroy Shlain, Annique, The University of Johannesburg and 5th Avenue. Our other clients include hair salons, beauty salons, plumbers, guesthouses, restaurants, learning institutions and retailers.

Who do I contact? Contact Mobilecash on 011-021-5977 for more information or email

No cabs for you! Uber shutters NYC taxi service following quarrel with city officials - 2012/10/18

Where's the tender loving care, New York?

In überdisappointing news for would-be e-hailers, mobile car service startup Uber officially discontinued taxi service in New York today. Embroiled in a tussle with the New York Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC), the startup was forced to shutter the offering just a month after launch.

"We did the best we could to get more yellows on the road, but New York's TLC put up obstacles and roadblocks in order to squash the effort around e-hail," Uber co-founder and CEO Travis Kalanick wrote in a blog post Tuesday.

Uber is the San Francisco-based startup servicing a panoply of metropolitan markets with an entirely mobile way to find, book, and pay for car service. Not content with its livery vehicle play, it branched out by adding cabs to its fleet in places such as Boston and Toronto. Unfortunately for Uber and its New York customers, its e-hail product launched before securing the blessing of the TLC. The taxi commission met the aggressive manoeuver with equal hostility.

The Verge sniffed out the shutdown before Kalanick chimed in with official word of the NYC taxi service's demise. In Uber's blog post, Kalanick glossed over the legal challenges associated with operating an electronic hail system and instead focused on the startup's inability to meet customer demand.

"Unfortunately, as many of you have noticed, there haven't been enough available TAXIs. Demand far out-stripped supply, making you feel pretty lucky when you got a yellow from your iPhone," he said.

Kalanick left the door open for a return of the taxi service next year, as did the TLC, which notified VentureBeat of its intention to amend city regulations.

"In recent months, as e-hail apps have emerged, TLC has undertaken serious diligence and is moving toward rule changes that will open the market to app developers and other innovators," TLC commissioner David Yassky said in an emailed statement to VentureBeat. "Those changes cannot legally take place until our existing exclusive contracts expire in February. We are committed to making it as easy as possible to get a safe, legal ride in a New York City taxi, and are excited to see how emerging technology can improve that process. Our taxis have always been on the cutting edge of technological innovation, from GPS systems to credit card readers."

New Yorkers can continue to use Uber's mobile application for booking black cars and hybrids.

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