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Postcomm

(ˈpəʊstˌkɒm)
n
(in Britain) the Postal Services Commission, a body set up to look after the interests of postal service users
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The row erupted after Postcomm announced it was "minded to accept" Royal Mail's argument that extra revenue was needed to protect the universal service, which obliges it to deliver to all the UK's 28 million addresses for a single price.
It asked the postal regulator Postcomm to allow increased prices to generate extra revenue of up to pounds 100m over and above the existing price control for mail products.
Postcomm got an insider tip off last year that the names and addresses of people involved in test deliveries were being circulated among staff from postmen to senior managers.
The inflation-busting proposals have been sanctioned by industry regulator Postcomm in order to help safeguard Royal Mail's universal service - delivery to every property in the country for the price of a stamp.
His comments, at question time, came after the postal regulator Postcomm warned last week that Royal Mail's financial difficulties would get worse unless a large portion of the company was sold.
He congratulates Postcomm for concluding that Royal Mail should begin the approach to privatisation.
As well as cutting the service from six days to five, industry regulator Postcomm also plans less strict targets for both first-and second-class mail.
Postal regulator Postcomm says the industry must innovate to win back market share.
The postal operator will this week put plans before Postcomm which they claim are vital for their survival.
The state-owned postal operator will this week put plans before regulator Postcomm that it will say are vital for its survival.
Postcomm said its latest Business Customer Survey showed a competitive market had delivered early benefits, although more progress was still needed.
INDUSTRY regulator Postcomm has warned that the post office network could collapse without decisive government action.