Lithuania Post using SMS for notification of received items

Lithuania Post using SMS for notification of received items

Lithuania Post has announced that it is now using electronic communications such as SMS messages and e-mail to notify customers when their registered items have been received and are ready for collection. “Electronic means of communication have become inseparable from our daily activities,” explained Mikas Jovaišas , the Head of Business Development at Lithuania Post. “Considering today’s Lithuania Post customer needs, we have created a possibility of getting informed about the received registered item by SMS messages or e-mail. This service is free of charge, it can be chosen by customers wishing that the consignee of their sent item would be informed electronically rather than with a paper notice that is left in the consignee’s mailbox.”

Jovaišas added: “The usual paper notices will continue to be delivered to consignees. Only those Lithuania Post customers, whose contact details will be indicated on the registered items destined to them, will be informed electronically rather than with paper notices left in mailboxes.vices.

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