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Postcomm grants licence exemption to Royal Mail for changes to Sameday Service PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 31 January 2007

Postcomm has decided to approve an application from Royal Mail for an exemption from the notification requirements under Condition 7 of its licence for changes to its Sameday service.

Condition 7 of its licence requires Royal Mail to notify Postcomm of any changes to existing prices and services three months before they are introduced and to publish information about such changes after this notification. 

Following consultation on this issue, Postcomm approved Royal Mail’s request on the basis that Sameday appears to be offered in a developed sector of the market, so that lifting the notification requirements for this service should not adversely affect customers.

 
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