Ofcom put a cap of 55p on second class stamp prices for the next few years, but there was no cap on first class letters.
What does FCL stand for?
FCL stands for First Class Letter (USPS)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
See other definitions of FCL
We have 156 other meanings of FCL in our Acronym Attic
- Fédération Cynologique Luxembourgeoise (French: Luxembourg Kennel Federation; Luxembourg)
- Feedback Control Loop
- Ferrite-Coupled Line
- Fetal Calf Ligament
- Fetch Command Load
- Fibre Channel Loop
- Fibroblast Cell Line (immunology)
- Financial Component of Liabilities (insurance)
- Finished Ceiling Level (architectural notation)
- Fire Coordination Line
- Flexible Credit Line (International Monetary Fund)
- Flight Clearance Letter
- Florida Combined Life Insurance Company, Inc.
- Foldback Current Limiter (electronics)
- Fonds de Création Lyrique (French: Lyric Creation Fund)
- Football Club de Lorient (French soccer team)
- Football Club du Layon (French football club)
- Football Club Laurentin (French football club)
- Football Club Lézignanais (French football club)
- Football Club Libourne (French football club)
Samples in periodicals archive:
On December 16, the day before the last postal day, we sent out 70 first class letters and 30 second class to addresses in England, Northern Ireland and Scotland.
it's also dead right to suggest that this latest unjustified price rise, making the cost of posting a first class letter 46p, will drive even more customers away.
ROYAL Mail is delivering more first class letters in Wales on time.
First class A RECORD number of first class letters were delivered on time across the UK in the past few months, new figures showed today.
Yet chief executive Adam Crozier said stamp prices would increase to offset delivery losses of 5p on every first class letter and 9p on second class items.
Royal Mail said today it was making pounds 1m a day and delivering more than nine out of 10 first class letters on time.
And one Midland customer, who last week received four correctly addressed and stamped First Class letters more than TWO MONTHS after they were posted, labelled the service a shambles.