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Thread: Royal Mail Click and Drop

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    Default Royal Mail Click and Drop

    I've just been looking at this option and it looks as if it's cheaper than stamps for my First Class Large.

    My question is - does one have to enter name/address details onto RM website in order to purchase the postage or can one just choose first class large and buy which would be a lot quicker to do.

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    I'd just get a drop and go account if you have a good local post office.

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    We use Online postage every day, which is easy. We just hand the parcels in at the PO with preprinted labels.

    I don't know, but I think Click and Drop means you have to pay every time you print a label, which is laborious. With Online, you can do them in a batch, and print them in a batch either on paper or labels (which we do).

    BUT it is no cheaper than stamps - just easier. Franking is cheaper, but you need to cross a certain level before it is economic. Don't believe the Franking salesmen!

    Incidentally for those of you with franking machines - we sell compatible cartridges for most types!

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    You can apply for a Royal Mail PPI account http://www.royalmail.com/general-cor...pression-ppis/

    I bulk print the PPI licence on labels. Just enter the number of items being posted on the RM website, print off the RM paperwork, stick the PPI licence label on your letter/parcel and that's it. RM bill you every month. Depending on the size of your letter/parcel you can integrate the PPI licence on your dispatch note if you use integrated labels.

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