Aktualitások fejléc

There was an almost sixfold increase in three years in the number of payments for postal orders using the mobile application

07 january 2022

Posta and Díjnet plans on introducing new cashless payment solutions in the future in order to satisfy today’s growing digital customer needs in the long run.



15 November 2021

Post offices will be closed on 25 and 26 December and 1 January 2022, and will be open on the other days during the festive season for the following hours.



6 October 2021

People are becoming increasingly aware, and a growing number realise when they receive a phishing email or text message. At the same time, the number of phishing scams is not decreasing. This shows that, unfortunately, successful attacks still occur, thus everyone needs to be even more vigilant because the stakes are high: their personal data and the funds on their bank account can be put at risk easily if they carelessly click on a malicious link in an email or respond to a malicious text message or call. But how do you know what is malicious or harmful, and what is not?


Sustainable transport throughout the year at Magyar Posta

22 September 2021

For 33 years, European Car Free Day on 22 September has been raising awareness of sustainable urban transport across Europe. The total of 100 million kilometres that Magyar Posta’s vehicles cover in a year place a great responsibility on the company to contribute to creating environmentally friendly transport conditions


Magyar Posta has installed a new conveyor track in Győr

30 August 2021

Magyar Posta installed the first parcel sorting machine in a provincial depot, in Győr. The installation of the automated system is another milestone in Magyar Posta’s logistics infrastructure development programme, MPL+. Following property developments, the mechanisation of the depots has begun. The Győr development is worth hundreds of millions of forints.


New European Union VAT rules enter into force on 1 July

30 August 2021

From 1 July 2021, goods from outside the European Union worth less than EUR 22 will no longer be exempt from VAT. The change in EU law means that all inbound products arriving from outside the borders of the European Union will be subject to value added tax and have to be presented to customs. Through a multi-phase development, Magyar Posta is investing about HUF 2.7 billion in establishing new processes, IT developments, expanding capacity and increasing staff by 200 people to cope with the additional tasks.


Magyar Posta is renewing the fee structure for its customs agent service

16 June 2021

Magyar Posta is adapting its customs clearance fees to changes in EU legislation. The new fee structure encourages online payment and offers especially low fees for private customers. The fees published now will come into effect at the same time as the change in the law on 1 July 2021.


European e-commerce has benefited from the pandemic – Will there be a rush of orders due to the change in VAT regulations?

11 May 2021

In 2019, Magyar Posta handled nearly 18 million inbound mails items containing goods, most of which (almost 90 per cent, in other words more than 16 million) arrived in Hungary from outside the European Union. In 2020, however, the total volume of foreign mail declined by some 20 per cent due to the pandemic, while the share of items arriving from outside the EU dropped from the previous 90 per cent to 70 per cent.


The VAT exemption threshold of €22 is abolished

8 April 2021

On 1 July 2021, inbound goods to the European Union from outside the Union with a value under EUR 22 will no longer be exempt from VAT, but imports of goods worth up to EUR 150 will continue to be duty-free. Magyar Posta is preparing for the change in legislation with automatic customs clearance.



26 March 2021

We are all responsible for protecting each other’s health, so we ask our customers as well to wear a mask when receiving mail.


Magyar Posta’s Official Mail Tracking priority project is complete

25 January 2021

The priority project of the consortium led by Magyar Posta Zrt. entitled Official Mail Tracking (KÖFOP-1.0.0-VEKOP-15-2016-00026) has been completed with the phasing out and discontinuation from 1 January 2021 of the paper advice-of-delivery slips used for domestic registered letters and the introduction of the electronic delivery confirmation for the receipt of letters and official documents sent with domestic advice of delivery.