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Table 4-3.—First-Class zone rated (Priority) mail chart.
Notice that after the first ounce, each additional ounce  increases  in  price  by  22  cents.    The  prices indicated in this NRTC may not accurately reflect the current postage rates charged by the USPS.  Refer to Module R of the DMM for current postage rates. FIRST-CLASS ZONE RATES The postage rate for First-Class articles that weigh more  than  l3  ounces  is  based  on  the  weight  of  the individual  article  and  the  distance  the  articles  must travel.  Look at the rate chart in table 4-3.  The rates in this  chart  are  used  to  determine  the  cost  of  mailing articles weighing more than l3 ounces.  The top of the chart shows the eight zones.   Note that the rates for local and zones 1, 2 and 3 are the same. The column on the left side of the chart shows the pounds up to and including 70 pounds.  If an article weighs in between the listed pounds on the zone chart postage is charged for the next pound.  Example:  an article that weighs 3 pounds  2  ounces  would  be  charged  the  rate  for  4 pounds.  The six columns below the zones and to the right of the weight column is the amount of postage that will be charged depending on the zone of delivery. The distance between the office of mailing and the city of address determines the zone number.  The city of  mailing  for  all  MPOs  is  the  city  of  your  official mailing  address  (AA-Miami,  AE-New  York,  or AP-San Francisco) regardless of location.   The local zone rate should always be charged when articles are mailed between MPOs if the articles do not transit the 48  contiguous  states  or  are  not  handled  by  USPS personnel.    The  local  zone  rate  is  charged  in  these circumstances  because  transportation  charges  are totally paid by the military department concerned. The local  zone  rate  of  postage  should  be  charged  if  an article is mailed: From an MPO to the city of the serving postmaster (for example, FPO AA 34099 to the city of Miami). From one MPO to another MPO with the same serving postmaster; that is, FPO AP 96347 (Yokohama, Japan) to a ship with a FPO AP 96697 address. 4-8 3-digit ZIP Code prefix is .  The first 3-digits of your destination ZIP Code determine the zone. (* - Indicates zones eligible for Intra-BMC Rates) 966 ZIP Code Prefix ZIP Code Prefix ZIP Code Prefix ZIP Code Prefix Zone Zone Zone Zone 004..374 375 376..379 380..381 382..385 386..387 388..499 500..509 510..511 512..528 530..534 535..540 541..543 544..567 570..577 580..582 583..588 590..591 592..593 594..599 600..609 610..617 618..619 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 5 4 620..667 668..672 673 674..693 700..704 705..706 707..709 710..729 730..732 733 734..739 740..745 746 747..762 763 764..767 768..769 770..787 788 789 790..797 798..832 833 834..835 836..837 838 840..844 845 846..847 850..853 854 855..859 860..864 865..880 881..882 883 884 885 889..893 894..897 898..929 930..935 936..939 940..941 942 943..954 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 6 5 6 5 4 3* 4 3 2* 2* 1* 1* 955 956..959 960..961 962..966 967..969 970..974 975..976 977..979 980..985 986 987 988..992 993 994 995..997 998 999 3* 2* 3* 1* 8 4 3 4 5 4 1 5 4 5 8 7 6 AOf0403 Figure 4-3.—Official zone chart used by military post offices from Pacific commands.

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