Post Office Post & Go Kiosk
Royal Mail have started to introduce new automated self-service kiosks in some Post Offices with the first two units installed in a Bristol Post Office on Wednesday this week.
The Post Office Post & Go Kiosks aim to be the quickest and simplest way to send mail and buy stamps. Customers can purchase stamps that can be used immediately or taken away for later use.
All customers need do is place their item on the scale and follow the step-by-step instructions to send their item paying with cash with the option of card payments for transactions over £2.00.
The initial roll out will see 175 Post & Go kiosks in 80 Post Offices spread around the country.
Royal Mail Market Research
Want to take part in some market research for Royal Mail? If you’re a PowerSeller shipping 300 items or more per month and can be in Marylebone, London on Tuesday 21st October 2008 at 11.00am for a couple of hours they’d love to hear from you – and of course, there’s a cash incentive too!
Please contact Clare McGoran [email protected] for details and let Clare know how many items you send each month.
We’ve had this sort of thing in the US for the past four years. Very convenient for domestic packages if you don’t have a subscription to a postage meter. If you make a mistake with the machine can you talk to someone and get a refund? That is a big gripe with our system.
great idea. no more miffed people queuing waiting for me to fill the royal mail sacks lol
I’m sure I saw the same idea in France about 7 years ago.
More post offices closing.
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