As the name suggests, Ghana Post is a Ghanaian postal service, that excels in parcel delivery from Ghana to international destinations. It also excels in delivering packages and posts domestically inside the country. Ghana post has a very catch homepage, and on its website, it offers its users a wide range of tools and options to choose from for availing its services.
Postal Address: G. P. O., Asafoatse Nettey Road, Accra, Central, Ghana
Digital Address: GA-183-8164
Phone: +233 (0)302 668 138
WhatsApp: +233 542 527 004
+233 0502 630 643
The format of the tracking number for tracking parcels is in the form –
The last two suffixes show the country code. The US for united states, CH for china.
A:— The charges depend on the weight of the parcel. Please refer to rates and charges. A parcel weighing 1 kg can cost about $14 to the USA and almost 10 GBP for the UK and anywhere else in Europe.
A:— Unfortunately, the Ghana post doesn’t work on weekends, but they are about to offer extended hours soon.
A:— The customer support can be reached by emailing at [email protected] or contacting on their WhatsApp: +233 542 527 004
A:— Ghana Post offers several online tools, one of them is the price calculator, which can be accessed via their official website.
A:— You will get a notification of one hour window. We ping as the scans out the parcels and heads up to deliver.
A:— No worries. You can contact the sender in for the matter. If it is feasible, you may also select a pickup point. Your parcel will be placed there.
A:— The sender knows it. You can get it from him/here. Otherwise, check email with links, click on it. You may see the parcel around the bar code.
A:— You have the facility to amend the delivery date and time. Moreover, you can also update the address you would to receive at like a neighbor or your office. Nonetheless, collecting it from the depot is another good option.
Initially, the Ghana Post was established somewhere around 1852. Since then, it has been offering its services nationwide and internationally. Ghana post enjoys a monopoly over the provision of UPS, but that is only for letters weighing 100 grams. It offers several services for profit including financial, postal, courier, agency, and retail services.