English version

postage in Mail topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpostagepost‧age /ˈpəʊstɪdʒ $ ˈpoʊs-/ noun [uncountable]  TCMthe money charged for sending a letter, package etc by post How much is the postage for a postcard?postage and packing British English, postage and handling American English (=the charge for packing and sending something you have bought) It’s yours for £13.99, including postage and packing.
Examples from the Corpus
postageSwiftair provides an effective, economical express service and is available at post offices. £1.95 plus airmail postage.The costs of producing attractive, attention grabbing materials and postage being shared between schools.All for only £8.95 including postage and packing.Proof of postage will not be accepted as proof of receipt. 5.Finally, from the 40p would be deducted the cost of the telephone call or postage stamp to make the complaint.Other resources used mainly involve photocopying, typing, stationery, postage and telephone costs.Insurance fees, in addition to postage are as follows: Insurance is not available to all countries.postage and packingPrice £29.75 plus 10% postage and packing.Price £5 plus 50p postage and packing.Price £2.50 plus 50p postage and packing from the Festival Booking Office.It holds up to four yarns and costs just £3.95 plus 25p for postage and packing from.All for only £8.95 including postage and packing.At only £9.95, including postage and packing, it's a bargain.The basket costs just £17.95, inclusive of postage and packing.