USPS Approves Stamps.com's NetStamps

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Electronic stamps provider Stamps.com, Santa Monica, CA, said yesterday that it has received commercial approval from the U.S. Postal Service for NetStamps, which lets users print sheets of postage from its Web site.


NetStamps will require special paper, however, which the existing service does not. The new Stamps.com Version 2.5 software, which lets users print both NetStamps and Internet Postage interchangeably, is available for immediate download at www.stamps.com.


Stamps.com's NetStamps customers will pay a monthly membership fee of $15.99 for unlimited use or $4.49 plus 10 percent of the cost of the printed postage. Those prices are in addition to the postage itself.


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