There are all sorts of businesses that go to customers homes to render services. Typically the way they get paid is by check or by writing down a credit card number for processing later. Aircharge allows people in this situation to charge the credit card at the time it is offered.
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Pipeline Data announced today that its Aircharge Bluetooth software is now available on the Sprint Mobile Broadband and Nextel National Networks. The software allows for credit card transactions to be completed from a compatible mobile phone.
The software is loaded onto the phone over-the-air and is certified to run on the Motorola i335, Motorola i580, Motorola i605, Motorola i615, Motorola i870, Motorola i880, Motorola Deluxe ic902, Motorola MOTORAZR V9m, Sanyo SCP-7050, Sanyo PRO-200, and Sanyo PRO-700 handsets. Sprint says it plans to certify the software on additional phones in the future.