Post Office Bucay Abra Philippines

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Post Office Bucay Abra Philippines
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Address: Poblacion, Bucay, Abra Philippines
Telephone / Landline / Contact Number: (02) 854 0086 / (02) 854 5257
Mobile / Cellphone Number: 0923 442 7017 / 0922 749 8304 / 0977 137 6916
Office Hours / Open: Monday to Friday 08:00am - 05:00pm / Saturday & Sunday Closed
Services: Acceptance Only
Postal / Zip Code: 2805
About Us: The Philippine postal system has a history spanning over 250 years. The first post office was established in the city of Manila in 1767. It was organized under a new postal district of Spain in 1779, encompassing Manila and the entire Philippine archipelago. In 1783, the postal service was organized in the Philippines-overseas mail from the Philippines was conveyed to Europe by Spanish ships via eastbound routes through Mexico. Later on, the postal district was re-established on December 5, 1837. After a year, Manila became known as a leading center of postal services within Asia. Spain joined the Universal Postal Union in 1875, which was announced in the Philippines two years later. Learn More


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1 comment:

  1. I sent a package a few weeks ago to be given to a young girl named Bigornia. Yvesse has been patiently waiting for her package and then find out that she cannot receive a package because she owes them some money and I know that's b******* because I paid for it. I sent them through eBay and it was free shipping and now they want to charge her to pick up her package. What kind of business do you guys run to where you keep somebody's mail when it's already been paid for that's how it got there it has been paid for. do not make me call your office and ask what the hell is going on because she should not have to pay a fee to pick up her mail

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