Canada Post launches new iPad app for epost - and it's free!
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Canadians getting more choice and flexibility when it comes to accessing
TORONTO, Oct. 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Canadians now have the option to access
their epost™ account through a new dedicated -and free! - iPad™ app. The new app adds a greater degree of choice in
how Canadians can access their epost account, through which they can
securely receive, view and organize their bills and statements.
"In transforming its business, Canada Post is adapting to better serve
the changing postal needs of its customers. Our new iPad app will give
Canadians the choice and flexibility they desire when it comes to
managing their household bills and statements," says Kerry Munro, Group
President, Digital Delivery Network at Canada Post.
The epost app has a new look and feel, and offers the new ability to
print items via AirPrint™. It also allows users to perform all the
functions they can through their online account, including:
securely receive bills and statements all in one place
store bills and statements for up to seven years
create and rename folders
access the Canada Post Vault™ service, a high-security, online safe
deposit box through which users can upload and store important
access support help and send feedback, including requests for new
More than eight million Canadians have registered for epost, which is
the only bill consolidator service that is integrated with the major
banks for easy payment and secure access. Already Canadians can access
epost through the Internet and on the popular Canada Post mobile app,
which is available on all major smartphone platforms.
epost is the free digital mailbox that helps busy Canadians simplify
their lives by offering one place, one login, one password to manage
their household bills and essential documents. Fully integrated with
your bank, epost makes it easier than ever before to consolidate and
pay your bills. Bank-grade security protects sensitive information
while reminders help avoid late fees. It also stores all bills and
statements for up to seven years. epost allows Canadians to stay better
organized, and save time and money.
epost and Canada Post Vault are trademarks of Canada Post Corporation.
iPad and AirPrint are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S.
and other countries.
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