AT&T Retail Stores Now Selling Square Card Readers


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After announcing the Starbucks deal, and a new pricing structure for small businesses, mobile payments company Square is debuting a new retail partnership—AT&T. Square card readers will be available in more than 1,000 AT&T company owned retail stores, says the company.

In June, Square announced that doubled its presence in retail stores since the beginning of the year by landing in about 20,000 outlets nationwide. In addition to AT&T, Square’s readers are at Walgreens, Staples, FedEx Office, Apple, Wal-mart, Best Buy, RadioShack, and Target. The AT&T deal should give Square even more visibility, especially among consumers and merchants shopping for mobile phones and devices.

“AT&T stores are a convenient retail destination for purchasing Square Card Readers, offering entrepreneurs the ability to purchase all of the devices they need to run their business in one place,” said Jeffrey Kolovson, head of Retail Distribution at Square, in a release. “Square Card Reader…

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2 thoughts on “AT&T Retail Stores Now Selling Square Card Readers

  1. Those looking for a Square Card Reader now have one additional place to consider — AT&T retail stores. The company has announced that the readers are now available at the more than 1,000 AT&T retail stores across the US. This brings the total retail availability up to more than 20,000 locations, some of which include Walgreens, Staples and Apple. That being said, the reader will set you back $9.95 a the time of purchase, however you will get a $10 credit back once you sign up with Square (assuming you are a new user).

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