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Romanian Post, based on multiple partnerships, gives you the possibility to make payments at the postal counters such as invoices/ payment documents for utilities, telephone services, internet services, cable TV etc. issued by the Romanian Post partners. You can also pay insurance policies , taxes and fees, bank loans or you can fund a banking account or a banking card. Moreover, you can buy recharge codes for prepaid services ( mobile , satellite TV , etc.) or purchase the vignette (road tax).
Calculate the tariffs for the postal services you want to use.
Find and fill in the zip code on the letters or postcards you want to send in order to arrive safely at destination.
Find the nearest postal subunit regardless where you are, where you live or the location of the headquarter.
Do you want to know the status of a postal item? The Track&Trace system helps you obtain the latest information about the postal items which can be tracked by the use of this system, whether your are the sender or the addressee.
Now you can fill out the form for the postal service you want to use.
Romanian Post offers the possibility to pay your television, internet and public utilities bills through the postal network.Users can pay the following bills: UPC, Electrica Furnizare S.A. (former Electrica), GDF SUEZ Energy, Eufonika, Apa Canal Galaţi, ASIROM, Asigurare-Reasigurare Astra S.A., Axa Life Insurance S.A., CEZ Distribuţie, CEZ Vânzare, C Solution, Courlux International, Cube Programming, DEBT Collection, Departamentul Logistic Event (Bilete.ro), Digital Cable System, Enel Energie, Enel Energie Muntenia, EOS KSI România, International Master Publishing (IMP), Infinity S.R.L., NN Asigurări de Viaţă, Oriflame Cosmetics, Opennet Mercat, Poşta Română Broker de asigurare, Top Factoring.
It is very simple. Hand over your bill and the amount to be paid to the postal employee and your payment document is issued on the spot.
The invoices are paid in cash. Transactions are fast , convenient and safe by scanning the barcode on the bill.
Television and Internet
Romanian Post offers the possibility to pay your television, internet, public utilities and other bills through the postal network.Users can pay the following bills: UPC, Digital Cable System, AKTA Telecom, EUfonika, Idilis S.R.L., Radiocomunicaţii S.A., Orange, Telekom România Mobile, Telekom România, Telemobil (Zapp) and Vodafone.
Loans and installments payment.
Now you have at your disposal the collection service managed by:
BRD Finance Credite de Consum
Credit Europe Bank (România) S.A.
Credit Europe Bank NV
Credit Europe Ipotecar IFN S.A.
Unicredit Țiriac S.A.
ERB Retail Services IFN S.A.
(former: EFG Retail Services Instituţie Financiară Nebancară S.A.)
Patria Credit Instituţie Financiară Nebancară -collection may pe possible in non VPN (Virtual Private Network) postal subunits, also
Garanti Bank International
The service is available in all the postal subunits part of the VPN network.
Romanian Post offers to Bucharest citizens residing in sectors 2, 3, 4 and 5 the opportunity to pay local taxes and fees electronically at the postal subunits. After payment, customers will receive a receipt stamped and signed by the postal worker.
Whether you want to purchase a car insurance to protect your car, a home or travel insurance, Romanian Post offers all the information you need to feel secure always!
Romanian Post offers you the possibility to pay your car registration fee, traffic fines and electronic road vignette through the postal subunits authorized by CNADNR (RNCMNR-Romanian National Company of Motorways and National Roads) to perform these services.
You can not find an information? Write us an email and we will answer. Complaints can be completed on the links below.
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Contact (Customer support)
021 9393 111 (pentru apeluri din strainatate)
Available daily from
M - F: 0800 - 2000 S: 0900 - 1300
Phone calls are charged at normal rate.