Updated Canada Post Discount: Tapping Ben Franklin & Warren Buffet for Their Two Cents on the Value of a Penny

by Barbara Hannan |December 15, 2014|No Comments


When Canada Post increased postage rates last March, the cost to send a domestic standard letter up to 30g anywhere in Canada became $1.00. A commercial discount was also then introduced allowing meter users to save money on postage. Although commercial rates are increasing on January 12, 2015, postage meter users will continue to save […]


New postal rates are now in effect

by Allison Cutler |March 31, 2014|No Comments


Save up to 25% with your Pitney Bowes postage meter. New Canada Post Lettermail rates take effect March 31, 2014. With the new tiered-pricing structure, a single postage stamp purchased at a Canada Post Office or Canada Post Retail counter now costs $1.00. Stamps purchased in booklets or coils are priced at $0.85 per stamp. […]


Make your mail work smarter

by Allison Cutler |March 24, 2014|No Comments


Tips to enhance openability Despite rumours to the contrary, direct mail remains one of the most cost-effective ways to actually engage customers. Consumers trust mail, especially for highly confidential or sensitive material. According to a Canada Post study, 94% of Canadians will open mail from a company they know. Given those facts, your customer’s mailbox […]


Are you ready for the upcoming rate change?

by Allison Cutler |March 17, 2014|No Comments


Big 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 […]


Canada Post and the future of mail

by Allison Cutler |March 10, 2014|No Comments


As a business, there are a few things to keep in mind: The enduring value of mail A healthy, robust postal service is important in every market. Consumers trust the mail. In many instances, it remains their preferred method of receiving communications. And businesses rely on the mail to engage prospects and customers in a […]