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India Post makes its ePost service available to corporate customers

The department of posts, ministry of communications and information technology, government of India, has made its ePost service available to corporate customers. The ePost service, which was first introduced in 2004 for individual customers, allows one to send emails in the form of printed letters to any address in India.

The department of posts, ministry of communications and information technology, government of India, has made its ePost service available to corporate customers. The ePost service, which was first introduced in 2004 for individual customers, allows one to send emails in the form of printed letters to any address in India.

“Internet and email have revolutionised the world of communications, but its accessibility continues to be a problem for many people, especially in the rural areas. Aiming to bridge the digital divide, we have introduced ePost,” John Samuel, general manager, business development, department of posts, has said. [Source: Business Standard]

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