Nipost to alert customers via mobile phones

NIPOST will commence alert system through mobile phones to notify customers of unclear letters in their post office boxes.

NIPOST will soon commence alert system through mobile phones to notify customers of unclear letters in their post office boxes.

The Abuja Territorial Managers, NIPOST, Aliyu Mahmoud said that “an alert system will be installed to alert costumers of any notice or letters in their boxes” from the first quarter of next year.

Mahmoud made this known at the seventh consumer’s interactive forum organized by the territory also disclosed the readiness by the company to computerize all its service as from next year.

The area postal manager explained that NIPOST has concluded plans to partner with EFCC, police and other security agents to check the menace of “yahoo boys” which has been disrupting smooth transactions and deliveries of mails within and out the country.

According to him the billing system of the postal service is now computerized to check the problem of over-billing, while tracking and tracing systems are now linked with the International Postal Service (IPS) to be accessible to customers on the internet.

He however noted that NIPOST is pushing for a single address system for the nation as a measure to centralize the postal system and in an effort to keep abreast with the fast pace of global technological advancement.

Mahmoud further disclosed that starting from the first quarter of next year; post-air express will be launched to meet the six hour target in all cities where there is an airport.

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