Definition: Pace at which only stamps can be bought
In postal statistics, a place at which only stamps can be bought can, depending on local practice, include:
- automatic vending machines at shopping centres or attached to letter boxes;
- supermarkets, newsagents, tobacconists and other retail outlet where stamps and/or stamps stationary are sold on commission or any other contractual basis on behalf of the postal operator.
Statistics Explained, a distinct section of the official Eurostat website presenting all statistical topics in an easily understandable way, Glossary