Ditch your device and put money back into your business

PPS, in partnership with Standard Bank are now offering PPS members incredible rates on their desktop point-of-sale device.

So incredible in fact, that we think if you go to pps.co.za and compared their rates to what you’re paying now, you’d probably realize it’s time to ditch your current device.

If you apply for the PPS point-of-sale device between 1 July and 30 September, not only will PPS pay your admin fee, they will also pay your device rental fees for six months.

This offer is exclusive to PPS members. If you are not a PPS member, join now and take advantage!

Click here to do a comparison and find out more.

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