Postal System in Algeria

Postal System in Algeria Last updated on Monday 19th April 2010

The postal system is slow and inefficient. Post sent from provincial towns is very slow. Parcels are slower still and must be opened for inspection prior to mailing.

It is advisable to send letters and parcels from major cities rather than smaller towns.

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