You don’t have to physically visit the Post Office to buy stamps in this age of high technology.
Of course, you’ll still need to know how much it weighs.
April 2010: New Financial year:
Latest pricing changes.
21st August 2006: Royal Mail change
the way post is priced.
Weigh packages and print their postage in one.
For businesses posting many items every day, franking machines offer a means to save time and money whilst giving you the opportunity to place your company name and logo on the postage label.
The convenience of printing your own postage without the expensive machinery.
Royal Mail SmartStamp® offers an alternative to Franking Machines, you can still personalise your postage with your logo, printing postage onto envelopes and labels directly; without the need for an additional printer with its own consumable requirements.
With a subscription to Royal Mail’s SmartStamp® you can print postage from your computer and printer, any time day or night; postage costs are identical to those for stamps–you pay for the subscription and for the postage you use.
You could buy your PC, printer and its consumables at Viking Direct.
If you know size and weight, printing your own postage is so much easier.
However you’re going to print your postage, you are going to need to know how much your item weighs ...
When printing your own postage isn’t the only option.
If your business regularly sends bigger items, you may want to investigate Parcelforce Worldwide or couriers; Interparcel offers fantastic prices with many carriers, including: ANC, Businesspost, DHL, Interlink, Parceline, TNT and UPS.
Why peel and stick, when you can print?
From the Post Office website, you can “Print your postage online directly from your PC or Mac”.
Not just for mail any more!
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