No more card fees: pay one flat rate forever!
Since there is no card involved, Dinube does not charge card fees. Easy to grasp, right? Regardless of the size of your business, geographic location or sector, you pay one flat rate.
- Cut costly card-acceptance fees
- Digitise receipts and loyalty schemes via mobile
- Create a powerful omnichannel experience
pay one flate rate for every transaction
Offer to your customers a digital receipt
Full integration with your loyalty programmes
Digital solution for
every type of business
Integrate Dinube as a 100% digital payment solution into their existing payment flow...
Gain a competitive edge by accessing a payment and loyalty solution that is 100% digital...
It's convenient, cheap and easy to set up Dinube as a 100% digital payment solution...
Vending Machine Operators (VMOs) can now accept digital payments from any smartphones...
Plug & play with all your devices
Works with your existing infrastructure
Reduce Total Cost of Ownership. Dinube flows in your existing payment setup and works side by side other payment networks in most Pinpads. If you are moving to contactless, Dinube is already HCE* enabled.
* Host Card Emulation
100 % digital payment
Save time and money
Dinube is the only payment network that is 100% digital. No plastic, less paper receipts, less paper coupons means more savings. Enquire now about making your loyalty programme available on a smartphone.
Connect with customers in-store and online
Your customers are unique. Let the magic happen
Curate their shopping experience by delivering personal interactions via customers’ smartphones. Dinube is accepted at bricks and mortar shops like yours and for online purchases. Both contexts blend on the Smartphone
Get instant loyalty signups
Mobilise your loyalty programme
Acquire new customers without printed forms. Users can easily sign up from their smartphones to join your loyalty programme.
Create highly-personal offers in realtime
Still issuing paper coupons?
Smart consumers want smart offers on their smart phones. Paper just isn’t good enough.