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Malaysia : PAM Frama Label 10 sen (2014)
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Malaysia
Type
Franking Label / ATM / VVS
Class
Definitive / Regular Issues
Face Value
10 sen
Gum
Self-Adhesive
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Mint Never Hinged - Extra Fine
Malaysia : PAM Frama Label 10 sen (2014)
Serial Number: 0010612140037

Postal Automated Machine (PAM)
 

PAM is essentially a self service terminal similar to a bank's ATM machine with additional postal services.
 

Bills payment
  • TNB
  • Telekom
  • SYABAS
  • IWK
  • Maxis
           And many more in future
Postal Services
  • Stamp Label
  • PosLaju Domestic
  • PosParcel Domestic
  • PosDaftar Domestic
  • Posting of Non-standard letter
  • Top-Up SODA account
 

Currently, 5 units of Pos24 have been deployed at these locations:

Location
1 GPO KL
2 GPO Kuantan, Pahang
3 PO Medan Tuanku, KL
4 PO Taman Tun Dr Ismail, KL
5 PO Jinjang, KL

On the left side of the label, printed horizontally - "Valid For Postage". This only available in the 2nd issued and the first issued do not have this text printed.
The PAM label can be used at any time after purchased, not necessary must be used at the same day and at GPO only.

Thermal paper is being used, whereas laser beam is used to create the printing on the paper. In addition, PAM are self-adhesive hence provides great convenience. Some info on the 13 digits at the bottom of the denomination:

0012308100864

001
Indicates the machine number (eg. 001, the machine 001 is located at GPO Kuala Lumpur)

230810
Indicates the date (230810 = 23rd August 2010)

0864
Indicates that the label is 864th print of that day
 
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