The range of reserved postal services is defined within universal postal service and its provision is guaranteed, as „monopoly one“, to be provided by designated postal operators. These exclusive „monopoly“ rights guaranteed by a government bring certain responsibilities and obligations to be strictly complied with by designated postal operators and the most important things are service quality and deadlines for delivery of postal items.
Reserved postal services comprise posting, dispatch, transportation, arrival and delivery of letter-post items weighing up to 1000 g i.e. courier services in case that the rate does not exceed the value ten times higher than ordinary rate, parcel weighing up to 10 kg, as well as receipt, conveyance and payment of money orders to the addressee at the door, in classic and electronic form, i.e. direct mail as follows:
- letter-post items weighing up to 1000 g;
- printed papers, newspapers and magazines;
- parcels weighing up to 10 kg;
- postal and telegraphic money orders;
- cash payment to the addressee at the door;
- direct mail;
- courier services in case that the amount is not ten times higher than ordinary rate;
- registered and insured items regardless of their weight;
- judicial letters, letters in administrative and offence proceedings regardless of their weight.