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EFTPOS NZ official supplier to the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation

17 Oct 2014

EFTPOS New Zealand have been announced as the official eftpos supplier to the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation.

Last week EFTPOS NZ supplied the foundation with 40 VeriFone VX 680 mobile terminals to help with the Pink Ribbon Street Appeal during International Breast Cancer Month this October.

Mobile eftpos machines give people another option to donate, in the hopes of increasing funds raised. The machines will feature ‘tap and go’ technology.

Pete Hansen, EFTPOS NZ General Manager, says they are delighted be able to assist in raising much needs funds.

“It is fantastic to be able to support the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation, and provide them with the latest payments technology so their collectors can raise more money during the Pink Ribbon Street Appeal”, he says.

Take action this October and support the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation. To donate, visit the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation website here.

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