Sending correspondence in Lithuanian will become 20 percent more expensive in Lithuania from January after the country Communications Regulatory Authority (RRT) allowed increasing the tariffs of the universal postal service and change the pricing of correspondence.
“On average, sending correspondence in Lithuania is expected to become about 20 percent more expensive. Sending a postcard now costs 1.3 euros, but it should cost 1.55 euros from January,” Deimante Zebrauskaite, head of the Communications Department at the Lithuanian Post, told the public radio LRT on Friday. “The cost of services is rising due to the increase in pay, fuel costs and energy.”
In her words, the prices for sending correspondence outside Lithuania will be published on December 1. These tariffs will also enter into force early next year.
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