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Slovenská Pošta launches website for personalised stamps

Slovenská Pošta (Slovak Post) has launched a new web application through which a customer can create and order a postage stamp with his or her own portrait.

Slovenská Pošta (Slovak Post) has launched a new web application through which a customer can create and order a postage stamp with his or her own portrait.

“Customers can use these stamps as usual, when sending a letter or a package, and pay with them officially for delivery of post,” Andrea Pivarčiová of Slovak Post told the TASR newswire.

The personalised stamps have the form of miniature print sheet with eight stamps picturing the customer. This new internet service will also have an English version.

Source: TASR

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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