Questions have been raised about the future of daily mail
deliveries to households and businesses.
Australia Post recently conducted a survey asking customers
if they would prefer to have their mail deliveries three
times a week or pay an annual $30 fee for daily delivery,
News Corp Australia reported on Tuesday.
Australia Post denies it is planning to scale back daily
door-to-door deliveries, the newspaper reported.
This comes as Australia Post lost a record $187 million on
its traditional mail business last year.
A spokeswoman for Australia Post said it was important to
give the community a say in the direction of Australia Post
and its services.
"The survey is in no way an indication of what may or may not
be implemented in the future," Australia Post communications
manager Michelle Skehan said.