List Of Tanzania Postal Codes All Regions A postal code (also known locally in various English-speaking countries throughout the world as a post code, postcode, ZIP Code or PIN) is a series of letters or digits or both, sometimes including spaces or punctuation, included in a postal address for the purpose of sorting mail.
The characters used in postal codes are
- The Arabic numerals “0” to “9”
- Letters of the ISO basic Latin alphabet
- Spaces, hyphens
There are a number of synonyms for postal code: CAP: The standard term in Italy. CEP: The standard term in Brazil. Eircode: The standard term in Ireland. NPA: French-speaking Switzerland and Italian-speaking Switzerland. PIN: The standard term in India. PLZ: The standard term in Germany, Austria, German-speaking Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Postal code: The general term is used in Canada. Postcode: This solid compound is popular in many English-speaking countries. PSČ: The standard term in Slovakia and Czech Republic. ZIP code: The standard term in the United States and the Philippines.
In February 2005, 117 of the 190 member countries of the Universal Postal Union had postal code systems. Only a few postal code systems are alphanumeric, Most of them are numeric. Postal codes are usually assigned to geographical areas.
Tanzania’s National Addressing and Postcode System (NAPS) was finalised in 2016. The code has 5 digits. The postal code is written on the same line as, and before, the place name.USPS.com. To find a zip code with USPS.com, you need to fill in the fields with your USA street address, city, and state. Then click Find and you’ll get your postal code. There is also a tab to get zip code for a company.