The Mailing Room launches postal savings calculator

Are you spending too much on postage? Have you seen the recent price increase on stamps and want to know how much you could save using Royal Mail licensed business mail services? The Mailing Room have created a fantastic online Postal Cost Savings calculator.

Online PR News – 16-June-2012 – Bury Lancashire – The cost savings available to customers switching from stamps to business mail services has soared since the Royal Mail increased their stamp prices in early May 2012. On average, The Mailing Room have found that their customer’s switching from stamps to a business mail services have saved over 30%, depending on the number of letters a company sends per week.
Due to this, The Mailing Room have created an online postal savings calculator to help businesses establish the savings available. The online calculator is completely free and easy to us and can be accessed by visiting by simply following the steps below:
Step 1: Enter the quantity of each type of letter sent each week into the calculator
Step 2: See your cost savings appear on the screen
Step 3: Call or email The Mailing Room to discuss how to access the discounts available
George Bevan, Managing Director of the Mailing room commented; “Since the Royal Mail price in-creases came took effect in May, The Mailing Room has been inundated with enquiries from pro-spective customers wishing to know how the increases will affect them. To ease this process we have developed the postal cost savings calculator to help businesses view how accessing additional discounts through franking would benefit them. The feedback received to date, has shown that this tool is invaluable in helping to reduce costs for all businesses currently using stamps.”
To access the business mail service, The Mailing Room assess your needs and provide a Royal Mail business license and access to cost savings through a franking machine.
If you would like further information on the potential postal savings available to your business; please contact The Mailing Room on 0800 0192 033, email