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Letter deliveries across Island to drop to five days a week

IOM Post Office makes change due to lack of demand

A lack of customer demand has lead to the Isle of Man Post Office reducing its standard letter delivery service from six days a week to five.

Starting from 21 October, it will run from Monday to Friday.

Though there's been a decline in the number of letters sent by people, parcel deliveries have increased in number.

In response, the IoM Post Office is continuing to deliver parcels and time-guaranteed services such as Special Delivery, six days a week, Monday to Saturday.

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