Postmaster Asked to Give DTV Coupons Priority

Jul 10, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Members of the House Committee on Energy and Commerce are urging the Postal Service to give mailed DTV coupons priority status, TVNewsday reports. The panel members wrote a letter to the United States Postmaster General pointing out that the converter box coupons’ expiration after 90 days makes it “essential that consumers receive these coupons as quickly as possible,” the Web site says. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is mailing DTV coupons through Standard Class mail to keep costs down, the Web site notes.
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