What is the postal code of the Philippines?

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Two examples of postal zip codes in the Philippines are 2821 for Lacub in Abra and 1214 for Cembo in Makati. According to the Philippines Zip Code Directory, two groups of zip codes exist in the Philippines: provincial zip codes and metro manila zip codes.

Philpost is the Philippine Postal Corporation, and it began using postal "ZIP" (Zone Improvement Plan) codes after the United States. Postal zip codes in the Philippines are four digits, while the United States uses five-digit zip codes with an additional four digits for delivery accuracy. The Philippines' land area is approximately 116 square miles, which is about the size of Arizona or Italy.

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There are many. Here is one for example: 2300. The Philippines uses a four-digit ZIP code. The Central Post Office in Ermita, Manila uses 1000 as postal code. There are many other
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A postal code is the same thing as a zip code. You could check a piece of mail you have received to determine your zip code or you could call your local post office.
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Kevin: Here is the website of the zip codes in the Philippines. Note that they are only 4 digits. If you had gave the town & could provide you with the exact code. There is also
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The U.S. Postal Code was initiated in the 1940s and involved a few letters. In 1963, a new, more efficient system was introduced, involving 5 digits. ZIP has been trademarked for
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