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Time to lick your printer (in the UK)

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Time to lick your printer (in the UK)

Unread postby GS2 » September 19th, 2006, 8:50 pm

People are now able to buy their postage online, without any stamps, for the first time under a new free initiative from the Royal Mail.
Customers pay for postage by credit card over the internet for first-class, second-class, recorded, special and international deliveries.
Each item of mail is given a barcode, printed off at home, and regular mail can then be posted in a post box.
But recorded and special delivery items must still be taken to a Post Office.
That is so they can enter the mail "tracking" system which enables customers to follow the progress of their items online.
Royal Mail said the scheme would improve choice for its customers.
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