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Are you ready for the upcoming rate change?

by Allison Cutler | March 17, 2014 | No Comments

WebinarBlogBig changes are coming your way March 31st when new Canada Post rates take effect, including a tiered-pricing structure for LettermailTM. A special Rate Change Webinar will be held March 25 at 2pm ET exclusively for Canadian businesses.

The new rates recognize the value of commercial accounts and better reflect the cost of serving various customer segments. While all classes of mail will be affected, Canadian businesses can earn postage discounts simply by using their meters. In fact, meter customers will pay $0.75 per letter—a 25% discount over single stamp purchases.

Register now for this March 25th webinar. Mailing experts from Pitney Bowes will present an overview of the rate change, detailing the steps you can take to prepare. You’ll learn:

• Why Canada Post is making changes
• Which classes of mail are affected
• Where mailers can find savings opportunities
• How to get your business ready for the changes

Pitney Bowes experts will also answer any questions you may about the upcoming changes. Learn why the new rates can be a positive change for Canadian businesses with high-volume mailings.

Register now for this important webinar, Tuesday, March 25th at 2pm ET.

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