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    The post office is an essential service that has been around for centuries. It is a place where people can send and receive mail, parcels, and other important documents. In today’s digital age, most post offices have embraced technology to make their services more efficient. However, there is one post office in Telangana that is yet to catch up with the rest of the world. This post office is without wifi connectivity, and it is causing a lot of inconvenience to the locals.

    The post office in question is located in a remote village in Telangana. The lack of internet connectivity has made it difficult for the staff to access online services such as tracking and tracing packages, updating customer information, and communicating with other post offices. This has resulted in delays in delivering mail and parcels, which has caused frustration among the locals who rely on the post office for their daily needs.

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    The absence of wifi connectivity has also affected the locals who visit the post office. Most people these days prefer to use online services to pay bills, buy stamps, and send packages. However, without internet connectivity, the post office staff is forced to rely on manual processes, which are time-consuming and inefficient. As a result, customers have to wait for long hours to complete their transactions, which is not ideal in today’s fast-paced world.

    In conclusion, the lack of wifi connectivity in the sole post office in Telangana is a cause for concern. It is affecting the efficiency of the post office, causing delays in delivering mail and parcels, and inconveniencing the locals who rely on its services. It is high time that the government takes steps to address this issue and provide the necessary infrastructure to ensure that the post office can operate efficiently and effectively.

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    Rajesh M
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