Who invented the postal service?

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The Chinese invented the very first postal service in 900 BC for government. The postal service expanded after the introduction of the 'Penny Post' and the Penny Black Stamp. It was the world's first adhesive postage stamp and used for letters weighing less than half an ounce.
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