USPS Delays Rate Increase Scheduled for April 26, 2015
The U.S. Postal Service announced that it will delay the postage rate increase and service classification changes that were scheduled to start on Sunday, April 26, 2015.
The decision to delay the 2015 rate increase was motivated by the fact the Postal Regulatory Commission had not approved all of the proposed 2015 rates changes submitted by the USPS. In particular, some “market-dominant” mail classes such as Standard Mail and Periodicals had not been approved. To avoid a staggered implementation of the new rates, the USPS felt it was better to delay the entire rate increase and classification change to a later date.
No new date has been announced. The USPS said it will resubmit a new pricing proposal to the Postal Regulatory Commission for approval.
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