POS Terminals

Our POS Terminals are available in every store all over the country which provide TOP UP and bill payment service to our customers.

POS Terminals

A point-of-sale (POS) terminal is a computerized replacement for a cash register. the POS system can include the ability to record and track customer orders, process credit and debit cards, connect to other systems in a network, and manage inventory. Generally, a POS terminal has as its core a personal computer, which is provided with application-specific programs and I/O devices for the particular environment in which it will serve.
POS terminals are used in most industries that have a point of sale such as a service desk, including restaurants, lodging, entertainment, and museums.

A point of sale terminal (POS terminal) is an electronic device used to process card payments at retail locations. A POS terminal generally does the following:

• Reads the information off a customer’s credit or debit card
• Checks whether the funds in a customer’s bank account are sufficient
• Transfers the funds from the customer’s account to the seller’s account (or at least, accounts for the transfer with the credit card network)
• Records the transaction and prints a receipt
• Air time top up
• Bill payment

POS terminals provide accessing to express pay account as fallow:


This option allow you to do money transaction from express pay account to your SIM cards from all networks, its free and gives you some profits according your transaction.


• Internet:
This option is for ICT companies that provide internet service and you can buy CPanel accounts and internet data here.
• Fixline:
Here you can TOP UP your afghan telecom phone using express pay services.
• Banks:
You can pay your MUTAHID bank loans using our system here.
• Other:
To transfer money between logins and make new account using this option.
• Int. Services:
This service is for Tajikistan networks and ICT service companies that you can transfer money from your express pay account to Babli, MegF, Beel, TKMob, Tcell, EP TJ, BM ngn and Int ngn.
• Social:
You can TOP UP your social network accounts using this option.

Bill Payment

We provide bill payment here that is easy than old payment system and will be available soon.

Check Balance

Here you can check your balance.


• Sales:
It shows your sales report.
• My Deposits:
It shows the amount on your account
• Check Payment:
It shows the amount of money that you transfer to your customers
• Current Profit:
Your profit in this month
• Scratch card:
Not available yet

Change PIN

To protect your account and prevent aliens using, you can change your PIN any time using this option.

Lock account

To protect your personal information and transaction reports use this option, you can lock your account with a PIN code and whenever you want to receive your report you should enter your PIN.

What is Point of Sale (POS)? and why it is essential for a retail business

POS or PoS is an abbreviation for Point of Sale. The term is applicable to a retail shop or store, the checkout/cashier counter in the store, or a location where such transactions can occur in this type of environment. It can also apply to the actual Point of Sale (POS) Hardware & Software including but not limited to : electronic cash register systems, touch-screen display, barcode scanners, receipt printers, scales and pole displays. Point of Sale Systems are utilized in many different industries, ranging from restaurants, hotels & hospitality businesses, nail/beauty salons, casinos, stadiums, and let's not forget - the retail environments. In the most basic sense, if something can be exchanged for monetary value - a Point of Sale System can be used.

Point of Sale (POS) Technology

The term Point of Sale is often used in connection or relative with the hardware and software for checkouts. In the case of some locations, with wireless capable systems or network wired via TCP/IP.
Point of Sale Systems made huge advancements from the mechanical cash registers of the first half of the 20th century. An example of such type of registers were the NCR models, operated by a crank, and the lever-operated Burroughs registers. These registers recorded data on paper tapes or journal tapes and required extra steps to transcribe the information into the retailer's accounting platform. The obvious next step in evolution of the POS was to convert the mechanical workings into electrical. An example of such type of register was the NCR Class 5 model. In 1973, new registers that were operated by computers were introduced, such as the IBM 3653 Store System and the NCR 2150. The other computer-based manufacturers were Rigitel, TRW, and Datachecked. That same year brought about the introduction of the UPC/EAN barcode readers that integrated with Point of Sale Systems. And in 1986, the Point of Sale Systems became based on PC (Personal Computer) technology with the introduction of the IBM 4683.
During most of late 1980s and throughout the 90s, stand alone credit card devices were developed and introduced so that credit card processing could be more easily and securely integrated. Some popular examples include the VeriFone Tranz 330, Hypercom T7 Plus, or Lipman Nurit 2085. These relatively simple devices (compared to technologies today) have evolved in recent years to provide processing of multiple applications (credit cards, debit cards, gift cards, EBT cards) and also provide age verification & employee time clock. All processes can now reside on a single device. Certain wireless Point of Sale systems not only allow for mobile payment processing but in the case of restaurants, they also allow servers processing of the entire order at the tables.
Currently, retail POS Systems were among the most sophisticated, powerful and user friendly computer networks in commercial usage. In fact, most Point of Sale Systems do much more than just "Point of Sale" tasks.Even for the smaller tier 4 & 5 retailers, there are Point of Sale Solutions available that include fully integrated accounting, inventory tracking & management, open-to-buy forecasting, customer relation management (CRM), service management, rental services, operation reporting and payroll modules.
Being that all of these features and functions are available, one will commonly hear a variety of terms being used when referring to a certain POS Software Application. Those terms can include: multi-location management system, retail management software, business management software and Point of Sale (POS) software.
Nowadays, Point of Sale Software is as only good as its integration with the many popular software & services. Examples of such software would be accounting programs, where all of the daily activities and transactions would automatically imported into accounting without any labor on the user's end.
With the booming popularity of online shopping, many businesses are choosing to operate on and off-line. Due to the lucrative market and the worldwide exposure without opening up a physical store, many are even selling exclusively online. For these businesses that operate in both environments, it is imperative that they both are in sync.
That's where Point of Sale Integration with an E-Commerce Storefront becomes something that is of a necessity. Although such solutions aren't widely available yet, alot of Point of Sale Software developers are starting to provide such offerings. One of such software is Onsight™ Point of Sale Software by POSmatic, Inc.

Point of Sale in the Resturant Industry

Point of Sale Systems have truly revolutionized the restaurant industry. It is most evident in fast food franchises. The chains make use of systems that generally use TCP/IP to network all of their POS Stations into a centralized mainframe server. Most of the POS Systems being used these days are made up of a touchscreen display, which helps speed up the whole order-taking process. The accuracy of these systems have helped decrease the time taked to serve and increase the efficiency of the order process.
POS Systems drastically cut down total operating costs and mistakes due to human error. Just imagine how much longer the order process would take if no such solutions existed? For instance, a customer drives upto the drive-thru window and places the order. Then the cashier takes down the order (probably on a piece of paper), receives payment, brings the order slip to the kitchen area for them to start cooking the order then hands it to the customer. The few seconds it takes to walk back and forth, although may not seem like much - heavily impacts the overall quantity & quality of the daily sales.