Qatar Postal Services Company (Qatar Post) has announced the launch of a new promotional bundle for postal box subscription and renewal with Home Delivery Service (HDS).
The promo, which runs until February 2018, offers customers 50% discount on HDS on new subscriptions or renewal of PO Box, within the promo time frame. Customers can subscribe to both services by visiting our link http://www.qatarpost.qa/PoboxOnline.aspx
The HDS, which runs from Saturday to Thursday every week, offers customers the opportunity of enjoying the convenience of having mails from their PO Box, delivered straight to their door steps at different times weekly, based on the type of subscription.
The existing subscription rates after the 50% discount for HDS are QR 250/year for once a week delivery while three times per week service for QR 750/year and QR 1500/year for up to six times delivery weekly.
The HDS is safe, secured and convenient as mails are kept safe and sealed while delivering to customer doorstep. Besides, with the service, a change of home address does not necessarily mean a change of postal box as customer’s PO Box stays the same, except otherwise decided, which means there is no disruption in mail delivery even with any relocation or change.
Qatar Post deputy director of Retail & Customer Services Hassan al-Otaibi” said: “The new promotion is one of the ways of appreciating our customers and to offer them the opportunity of maximising the benefits of subscribing to our services. The bundle offer promo, which is a first of its kind, gives customers the opportunity of enjoying our Home Delivery Service at a much reduced rate in addition to the tremendous convenience that comes with it.”
To enjoy the offer, one can click on http://www.qatarpost.qa/PoboxOnline.aspx or alternatively visit your nearest Qatar Post branch.
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