What is My Pin/Zip Code? This Tool Will Help You Find Your Pin/Zip Code With The Help Of Your GPS Location.
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What is a PIN Code?
The Indian Postal System uses a six-digit numeric number called a PIN code, also known as a Postal Index Number, which is often found at the end of any address in India. Finding the correct person or location can be a little difficult for the Indian Postal Service due to the size of the nation and the sheer number of villages, towns, and cities. Thus, the India Post introduced the six-digit PIN code number to make the delivery of packages or mail more effective.
What is a ZIP Code?
The United States Postal Service (USPS) uses a system of postal codes called ZIP Codes. The fundamental format was unveiled on July 1st, 1963, and consisted of five digits. An expanded ZIP+4 code was introduced in 1983; it had the five-digit ZIP Code, a hyphen, and four more digits that indicated a more precise location.
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