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Utilities & Mobile JRS Express phone number

Discussion in 'Businesses - Services - Products' started by hawkeye64, Jun 14, 2017.

  1. hawkeye64

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    Does anyone know the phone number for JRS Express in Dumaguete? Googled it an none of the numbers I found are working.
     
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    Whats the difference between JRS and LBC? Just curious, serious question if anyone can provide me with some insight..
     
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    When I lived on a different island, I prefered JRS as they were cheaper when getting stuff delivered from Cebu or Manila. Is it cheaper using them in Dumaguete? I don't know but I would suspect so. The service was the same.
     
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    Ah ok, how about sending small items to the U.S.? I had to sent some notarized documents via mail and LBC charged me 1330 for express. It only took only 4 days but seemed a bit expensive for a couple sheets of paper. I was looking to maybe send my nephew a jersey or something for his birthday, and am afraid to guess at the price... Even if it takes longer than 4 days It'll probably cost more to send then buying it. Thanks
     
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    Why not try Amazon? I buy almost everything there. You can have it shipped for free directly to your nephew.
     
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