Royal Mail Redirection to Your Phone, Tablet and PC
Royal Mail Redirection, coupled with our Smart Mail App, gives you ultimate control over your post. Forward to multiple locations, read your mail online, or have us store it in our archive until you’re ready to receive it.
Redirect post to us and read it online
Linking a Royal Mail Redirection to your UK Postbox account is a powerful combination. Instead of relying on overseas postal services and running the risk of lost or delayed post, you can have Royal Mail deliver your mail to us - for you to manage and access online.
Protect your identity
When you move it’s important you don’t leave your identity behind. Using Royal Mail’s Redirection Service ensures post won’t go to your old address. But what if you move a lot or don’t have a new address? That’s where we come in. Add a UK Postbox account to benefit from our Smart Mail Forwarding and Virtual Mailbox Services.
How to set up a UK Postbox Redirection Address
- To get started you first need to sign up for one of our Free Redirection Addresses, follow this link to get started.
Sign Up to a free Royal Mail Redirection Address
- Once you’ve received your address, you’ll need to hop over to the Royal Mail website, to set up the redirection.
Please note, only you can set up the Royal Mail Redirection, we cannot do this on your behalf.
Redirecting to your existing UK Postbox Address
Redirection to your Prime Street Address is a simple process: visit our knowledge base to download the guide to redirecting to a Prime Street Address
Redirecting to PO Boxes can be little more difficult, so we recommend you redirect to your free Courier Point Address, visit our knowledge base and download our guide to redirecting to a PO Box
Redirect to your favourite apps
Connect Dropbox and Evernote to your Royal Mail Redirection Address, and see received items filter directly in.
Protecting your data and privacy is of the highest priority to us. Being a private limited company Registered in England and Wales, we’re regulated under the 1998 Data Protection Act, which means we will never share your information. What’s more, if we get a legitimate request to release any information about you, we’ll let you know.