Now, transact postal business onlineMarch 9th, 2011 - 9:33 pm ICT by IANS
New Delhi, March 9 (IANS) Communications Minister Kapil Sibal Wednesday launched the ‘e-Post Office’ — the e-commerce portal of India Post which will provide postal transaction and tracking facilities to customers online, a statement said.
The portal will enable the customers to transact postal business any time and from anywhere using debit or credit cards.
“In the changing word, the ways we live are changing. Launch of e-Post is a step in this direction offering a bouquet of services to the consumers. This is in line with shift in marketing trend of service provider reaching the consumers,” Sibal said.
The services offered by e-Post are electronic money order, instant money order, sale of philatelic stamps, postal information, and tracking of express and international shipments.
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