Email vs postal mail
The practice of sending and receiving emails is more popular than ever. Older generations would blame this on millennials laziness as they would say “Damm millennials”. However, there are many people who still prefer to communicate with others by using regular mail sent by way of their hometown post office. The thing is I honestly prefer email over postal mail. Yeah older generations might “I don’t expect much from a millennial.” The fact is that I prefer not to go through all that trouble when it comes to sending and receive mail. Going to my point. There is huge difference between Email and postal mail. There are several differences between email and postal mail Speed the is one of the best advantage of sending email is that it is much faster than writing a standard letter. Whereas regular mail can take from one to ten days to be delivered, email can be delivered within seconds. Though email is faster it still lacks protection like postal mail Computer viruses can sometimes be attached to unsolicited emails that you may receive. These can damage your hard drive and destroy your stored information. This poses no threat if you use regular mail. Email doesn’t have the distribution flexibility of postal mail You can send and receive packages, magazines, brochures and more via postal delivery but not by electronic mail. The difference most people would point out cost of email is zero as of postal mail you would have to pay things like shipping fees. Even though I prefer emails over postal mail, I still thing postal mail is useful for business places.