Thursday, September 8th, 2011
Well hello there!
I haven’t been too active in the blogosphere lately, I’ll admit. Sorry about that everyone, I know there are people who hang on my every word and have really been wondering what’s going on and if everything is ok. Right?
Well, everything is ok — thank goodness (knock on wood). There’s been a lot going on with Apple lately, with the resignation of Mr. Jobs, iPhone 5 or 4Gs rumors, Sprint, etc.. All those news items are important and have implications on the future of our iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Mac Notebook/MacBook repair company, but so does this one — The U.S. Postal Service.
——We can charge $3 less than UPS ground by using USPS first class mail. During this down economy, many customers are looking to save every penny they can and this is just another option for them.
——USPS recently (within the last few months) updated their tracking system. Now you get an average of 4-7 scans per shipment instead of just the “in transit” and the “delivered” scans. Before this happened, an item could be shipped and the shipper or receiver would have no idea where it was and when it would be delivered. Now, every time it moves it is recorded and listed on the tracking page. A necessary update, if you ask me, and now we are confident enough in their service to use them for shipping.
——They are fully insured, just like our UPS shipments. This was a little trickier to pull off but we put in the work and got it done so our customers can reap the rewards.
——They deliver on Saturday… at no extra charge! Now I know some of you are excited about that!
OK that’s it for now, everyone have a great weekend and thanks for sending us all the repairs!
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