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Angolan Post Office launches tracking service: it is already possible to place orders and track them without leaving home

From now on it is possible to place orders and track them without having to leave the comfort of your home. The Angolan Post Office now has available on its portal a tracking service that allows angolans to know where their orders are without having to go to the post office.


In order to make life easier for angolans, the portal - which was relaunched this Friday - now includes a tracking service. In other words, whoever has an order in transit and wants to know where it is, just has to visit the site to be able to track the progress of the goods.

The Minister of Telecommunications, Information Technology and Social Communication, Manuel Homem, who was present at the ceremony of relaunching the site, took the opportunity to stress the modernization carried out by the company.

"Today is a very important day for the post office area, where the motto should be materialized in the large investment in human resources, equipment and also infrastructure. Still in 2021 the postal code must be realized. The pandemic forced a greater demand for postal services and the portal, together with other actions, is the materialization of modernization, being possible to transform it into equal to other companies," he said, quoted by Angop.

Hoping that the post office will continue to operate, the holder of the Telecommunications, Information Technology and Social Communication portfolio said that, given all the work done so far, the government will continue to monitor the company in order to ensure that "the quality of services are maintained, for the benefit of the country and citizens.

Walter Teixeira, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the National Post and Telegraph Company of Angola, stressed that although the pandemic has caused some inconvenience, the company remains committed to work.

The post office portal was relaunched on the day marking World Post Day. The national post office currently has 62 rehabilitated stations out of a total of 180 planned.

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