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First-Class Mail

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First-Class Mail - A mail class that includes all matter wholly or partly in writing or typewriting, all actual and personal correspondence, all bills and statements of account, and all matter sealed or otherwise closed against inspection. First-Class Mail comprises six products: (a) single-piece letters/postcards, (b) presorted letters/postcards (nonmachinable, machinable, and automation prices), (c) flats (single-piece, presorted, and automation prices), (d) parcels (retail, Commercial Base, and Commercial Plus prices), (e) outbound single-piece First-Class Mail International, and (f) inbound single-piece First-Class Mail International. Any mailable matter may be sent by First-Class Mail service. First-Class Mail service is a market dominant product. [Category=Postal ]

Source: USPS, 23 June 2013 09:21:02, External

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