Electronic growth

Electronic growth

Lithuania Post has reported that a growing number of its customers are choosing to receive news about their registered postal items by SMS messages or e-mail. Nearly one notification in three sent by Lithuania Post about a received item is now electronic.

“Today, instead of the usual paper notices, which are left in mailboxes of consignees, the number of sent SMS messages increases weekly. It indicates that the Lithuania Post’s innovation – informing consignees of items electronically – has proven to work,” said Mikas Jovaišas, Head of Business Development at Lithuania Post.

“To get a message about a received registered postal item to a personal cell phone is a much more convenient and time-saving way. There is no need to check your mailbox daily anymore, as after receiving an SMS message or e-mail you can immediately go to a post office to collect the item. This way allows to save and efficiently plan personal time.”

 

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