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We should do everything we can to make our company work. If people use this and we get revenue-its great.
Is this kinda like estamps? Will it be easy to forge? But I like the thought.
Really... if the picture of the phone wasn't of a 90's Nokia, I may have been able to think about the message...
I see a lot of opportunity for fraud in this idea. But we DO need to be thinking of new and innovative ideas whether it be for postage or merchandise or additional services.
What's to keep someone from using the same code several times? How could these codes be verified? Guess I just need more information on how it's going to work before I'm sold on it.
Yes, this is something that should be looked into. Everyone likes convenience and this would definitely be convenient.
I like the idea, but I'm sure Denmark has a lot less mail than USPS, and we're talking about adding the capability to read handwritten entries in the postage field.
Maybe we can some kind of postalid given to a specific subscriber tied to their mobile and they can pay the postage as postage due for that address with postage id. It will be same as returned mail. There are services that are being advertised that can replace credit cards with using digital id from mobile. We can do something similar. Just an alternate payment.If we have a returned mail if postal id works then we don't need mailer to go to the address and get the postage due. In this case it is paid instantly over the phone. I think every home address need a postal address need a postal identifier and any postage due can be sent as a montly bill or electronically paid over the phone or web. Less mailing but postage paid and no stamps to print. If it mails, mail!
There would be a huge cost to modify cancelers and associated subsystems to to read and verify the written "postage code". In a small country like their's this may be practical, but here in the US I don't think it's a financially viable idea.
Wonder if a printer is involved ?Like Dymo ?orStamps.com thing ?Pay monthly service ?Lotta questions of HOW it works.DarlenRR 17Modesto,Ca.Hudson Station
Sorry, I don't understand this post. It sounds like if you send a text message, you get to send a letter for free?? Is the phone company going to pay the postage?? Maybe it should be the other way around....for every stamp you buy, you get to send one text message for free.
No, you don't get free postage, the charge shows up on your phone bill.
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