Australia Post has introduced a new service that allows customers to pay for domestic and international parcel postage and print their postage stickers online.
The Agency's new Click and Send service also allows people to make a booking for when the parcel can be picked up, meaning customers can send parcels without leaving their home or office.
The eBay label printing platform also lets people purchase and print Australia Post postage labels which can be used with either the flat-rate products or calculated postage and their own packaging.
Australia Post said registration for the new service was free and would offer a range of benefits to its customers.
It said those benefits included: printing postage labels and paying for delivery online, whenever it is convenient; accessing flat-rate postage, so the postage costs are known upfront and saving time by booking a parcel pick up.
Australian Post said people would also be able to import customer details from their own database or link their eBay account and would be able to sign up for a Business 250 Membership and sign up for 10 per cent discount on selected postage products.
For information or to register visit this PS News link.
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