How to use credit card machines over VoIP?
LolaBelle 38 weeks ago
One of my friends installed a VoIP system in her small business after AT&T increased her phone service rate by 300%. However, she is having problems getting her credit card machine to work with it; She consistently gets an error when it tries to send. Will credit card machines simply not work with VoIP systems, or is there something she can do to get it to function?
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