EL SEGUNDO, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 01/24/13 -- Stamps.com® (NASDAQ: STMP), the leading provider of USPS postage online and shipping software to over 400,000 customers, today released the 2013 USPS Postage Rate Increase Guide. The free guide highlights the new U.S. Postal Service® rates and services that go into effect on January 27, 2013 and informs small business owners of the upcoming changes that will impact their mailing and shipping.
The 2013 USPS Postage Rate Increase Guide provides a description of the rate changes and new services that will take effect as well as a complete review of all USPS mail classes. This information is vital to small business owners and e-commerce sellers who utilize the USPS for its low rates and competitive small parcel services.
The free guide can be downloaded at:
Additionally, Stamps.com will be hosting a free webinar to discuss how the USPS postage rate increase will affect small business in 2013.
What: Free webinar on 2013 USPS Postage Rate Increase
When: Monday, January 28 at 11:00 a.m. PT/ 2:00 p.m. ET
How: Register at https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/568309578
Stamps.com (NASDAQ: STMP) is a leading provider of Internet-based postage services. Stamps.com's service enables small businesses, high volume shippers, enterprise shippers, and consumers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage with just a PC, printer and Internet connection, right from their home or office. The Company currently has PC Postage partnerships with Avery Dennison, Microsoft, HP, the U.S. Postal Service and others.
Stamps.com, the Stamps.com logo and PhotoStamps® are trademarks or registered trademarks of Stamps.com Inc. All other brands and names are property of their respective owners.
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