India Post launches digital service for Mumbai

Insight Online News

Mumbai, Oct 16 : For the first time, India Post has launched digital service for its customers in Mumbai on the occasion of National Mail Day on Saturday.

Speaking to media here, Postmaster General Swati Pandey said, “This is a unique android application designed and created by Mumbai postal region, which will enable the citizens to get the details of their postman when searched by locality, area, post office name and pincode.

“Now, Mumbaikars can talk to their postman directly and even if they are out of town they can ask the postman to come on other day or get their consignment delivered to their neighbour.”

There will also be provision for postman to collect the parcel from home for despatch, she further said.

The postmaster said, more then 86,000 localities of metropolis and suburb are already available in the database.

She said, there are 89 delivery post office of Mumbai city with approximately 2,000 postman/women having mobile service.

“Mumbai city post office delivers approximately 2-2.5 lakh accountable mail everyday, which include speed post, registered post, Aadhar cards, passport and others,” she added.

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