Combine professionalism with convenience. Your clients will virtually always know your mailing address for business, and you'll know as soon as they correspond. Think of all those letters crossing in the mail, delays in critical communications due to travel, missing important deadlines and opportunities. Now, that'll be a thing of the past!
In many locales, you can register a business using a virtual PO boxes with street addresses, which you cannot do with a standard PO box address.
And this is amazing! You can even add a local phone and fax line to you Virtual PO Box address to create a low-cost virtual office presence.
Time is of the essence and most businesses can't afford to waste any. If your mailbox is not at your fingertips, if you have to wait to check it, if it depends on schedules of mail carriers, or if you have to physically get there, then opportunities are slipping through your fingers.
Nothing came of that correspondence years ago, but communication has evolved beyond recognition since then. It’s important to take advantage of all the cutting-edge technology that is currently available, especially when it's readily available, affordable, and easy to use.
Setting up a Virtual PO Box with iPostal1 is fairly straightforward. The process only takes a few minutes and is pain-free!
Here is how to get started:
Choose an iPostal1 plan. Plans start as low as $9.99 per month. Although we offer customers variety of optional features, our basic plans are simple and consistent across all locations, so it’s easy to choose a plan based on the quantity of mail you receive and whether you want to include a local phone and fax.
Choose a Virtual PO Box address from one of our over a 2,000 real street addresses. Your mailbox could be down the road or on the other side of the world. You can file a change of address form with your local post office so that all your first-class mail will be forwarded to your Virtual PO Box or if you prefer, you can provide your address directly to specific senders.
You can pay by credit card or PayPal, whichever is more convenient for you.
After signing up, you receive a personal mailbox number and instructions on how to upload the simple, one-page Form 1583 required by the USPS authorizing your mail center to receive mail on your behalf. You’ll need to submit two forms of ID. We do a lot to facilitate form preparation.