Pos Malaysia


Pos Malaysia provides postal and related services, transport logistics, printing and insertion, counter collection and payment agency services for a range of financial transactions, such as bill payments, remittance, insurance and unit trusts.

Contact Information

POSLINE: 1 300 300 300

Customer Service Centre
Level 1, Subang Jaya Post Office
Lot 20913
Jalan Subang Utama
Section 15
47500 Subang Jaya

Operating Hours :

8.30 am to 9.30 pm, Monday to Saturday
(except 1st Saturday of the month and Public Holiday )

Fax : 03-5039 9001
E-mail : csc@pos.com.my
Website: www.pos.com.my








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World's First Postage Stamp


Postage stamps were first introduced in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in May 1, 1840 as part of the postal reforms promoted by Rowland Hill. With its introduction the postage fee was now to be paid by the sender and not the recipient as heretofore, though sending mail prepaid was not a requirement.

The first postage stamp, the Penny Black, while put on sale on the 1st of May, was postally valid blue was issued. Both stamps show an engraving of the young Queen Victoria and were an immediate success though refinements, like perforations were instituted with later issues. At the time of the Penny Black, there was no reason to include the United Kingdom's name on the stamp, and it remains the case as the UK is the only country that does not identify itself on its stamps.

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