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Stamps to cost more from April 30th

Fri, 30 Mar 2012


The price of stamps on the Island in to increase from the end of next month.

A stamp for a local letter will go up by 1p to 38p, whilst a stamp to send mail to the UK will increase by 3p to 41p.

Despite the increases, the Isle of Man Post Office says its prices remain amongst the lowest in Europe.

ReDirect and KeepSafe services will continue at the same price, whilst the family of British Forces personnel will still be able to send parcels weighing up to 2kilos for free.

There'll also be price changes for the services which the Island's postal service provides under licence from Royal Mail, which include next-day Special Delivery, Recorded Signed For and Parcelforce.

The changes come on April 30th.

 

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