What is second class mail?

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Second Class Mail refers to a class of mail accessible by the U.K. Postal Service for newspapers and other periodicals. Periodicals are sent specifically for advertisements. These mails are offered quarterly depending on the advertising content and distance shipped.
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Second class mail is the postal service classification for newspapers, magazines and other periodicals that meet specific requirements. Millions of people use Second Class mail every day to send Letters, Packets and other small items.
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