What is "Freepost" in the UK?

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Freepost or the Royal Mail Freepost Standard, is a service offered by royal mail whereby companies pay a monthly or yearly premium to Royal Mail. For this premium, they can send out pre-paid envelopes to their customers; this way, customers don't have to pay to post information to the company. Freepost is common with banks, gas and electric companies and government organizations.
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