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Royal Mail urges UK regulator to rethink no-parcel-tracking rule

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(Reuters) – UK’s Royal Mail on Monday urged regulator Ofcom to reconsider its decision to not allow the post and parcel delivery firm to track packages under the Universal Service Obligation (USO) rules. Earlier in the day, Ofcom said it had decided to not allow tracking of parcels under USO as it could hurt competition. It also laid out fresh guidelines for all postal operators to simplify their complaints processes and provide better service to disabled customers, effective 2023. Ofcom is the UK’s designated independent regulator for postal services and ensures compliance with the universal …

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