Wednesday, July 11, 2012

JRS Express Rates for Letters

Our office sends a lot of letters not only within Metro Manila but all throughout the Philippines. Our letters even reaches the remote areas in Luzon and Mindanao. The letters that we send is of great importance both to our office and our clients. That is why the letters that our office sends must reach our clients in the fastest time possible.

Our office patronizes LBC for sending its letters and package. One time, an officemate decided to send one of our letters through the JRS Express. My officemate was surprised when he discovered that JRS Express rates are much cheaper than the rates of LBC for delivery of letters. We are also surprised when our client sent a message the next day telling us that he already received the letter and documents that he required.

The relatively cheap JRS Express rates and the quick delivery of our letter made us the new loyal customer of JRS Express.
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JRS Express rates - logo of JRS Express


The JRS Express rates depend on the origin and the destination of the letter or document. Thus, the rate of sending letter from Luzon to Visayas is different from the rate of sending the same letter from Luzon to Mindanao.

Here are the JRS Express rates for letters:

Express Letter from Luzon or Metro Manila to Luzon: 90 Pesos.
Express Letter from Luzon or Metro Manila to Visayas: 95 Pesos.
Express Letter from Luzon or Metro Manila to Mindanao: 98 Pesos.
Express Letter from Visayas to Luzon: 95 Pesos.
Express Letter from Visayas to Visayas: 90 Pesos.
Express Letter from Visayas to Mindanao: 95 Pesos.
Express Letter from Mindanao to Luzon: 98 Pesos.
Express Letter from Mindanao to Visayas: 95 Pesos.
Express Letter from Mindanao to Mindanao: 90 Pesos.

Take note that the rates given here are for Express Letter only. Express Letter is the “next day” service for letters and documents. Also, the rates are only applicable for letters or documents that weigh 100 grams or less.

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Read my blog post about an incident where LBC charged so much for a two pages of Cebu Pacific ticket print-out.

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