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Guernsey Post surveying over possible delivery cuts

Guernsey Post van
Guernsey Post carries out the surveys quarterly

Guernsey Post is asking customers whether or not they would be happy for the number of weekly deliveries to be cut from six to five.

It is one of the questions included in a telephone survey being carried out by a market research company.

Customers are also being asked for their views on a price rise in the cost of stamps to avoid any cuts in service.

Guernsey Post commissions the survey on a quarterly basis, calling about 200 Bailiwick homes as a sample.

The results are fed back to shareholders and some are included in the company's annual report.

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