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Searching for Singapore Postal Code listing

Postby 3qpmm » Wed, 29 Dec 2010 10:29 am

Hi everyone,

I am Simon Choe, a newbie here, and I have a problem that advice.

I need to get the Postal Code list for Singapore to input into my system to run sorting process.

I know that there's a lot of postal code finder, but what I need is the entire list to input to my system.

SingPost used to sell it, but not available now.

If anyone have this list, I don't mind to buy it in a reasonable price, please post your contact, or PM me.
But if you PM me, I can't reply as I don't have enough permission to reply to PM,
so please post your personal contact with it, either email or contact number will be good.

If anyone can guide me to where to buy it, I will very much appreciate.

Thanks
Simon
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Postby Strong Eagle » Wed, 29 Dec 2010 10:45 am

You won't get this because in Singapore, postal codes refer to individual buildings, and in the case of semi detached and bungalows, individual addresses.

I don't need you spamming me, thank you.

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Postby 3qpmm » Wed, 29 Dec 2010 11:08 am

Strong Eagle wrote:You won't get this because in Singapore, postal codes refer to individual buildings, and in the case of semi detached and bungalows, individual addresses.

I don't need you spamming me, thank you.


Hi mod Strong Eagle,

I know it's not a easy mission to accomplish, and Thanks for your reply.

Please pardon me, I don't get the "I don't need you spamming me, thank you.", what do you mean?
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Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 29 Dec 2010 11:18 am

Right! :roll:

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Postby Strong Eagle » Wed, 29 Dec 2010 9:48 pm

3qpmm wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:You won't get this because in Singapore, postal codes refer to individual buildings, and in the case of semi detached and bungalows, individual addresses.

I don't need you spamming me, thank you.


Hi mod Strong Eagle,

I know it's not a easy mission to accomplish, and Thanks for your reply.

Please pardon me, I don't get the "I don't need you spamming me, thank you.", what do you mean?


There are two reasons you would need a post code reference file: To perform demographic analysis, and to prepare pieces for direct mail. My mailbox already gets too much junk mail.

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Postby 3qpmm » Wed, 29 Dec 2010 10:03 pm

Strong Eagle wrote:
3qpmm wrote:
Strong Eagle wrote:You won't get this because in Singapore, postal codes refer to individual buildings, and in the case of semi detached and bungalows, individual addresses.

I don't need you spamming me, thank you.


Hi mod Strong Eagle,

I know it's not a easy mission to accomplish, and Thanks for your reply.

Please pardon me, I don't get the "I don't need you spamming me, thank you.", what do you mean?


There are two reasons you would need a post code reference file: To perform demographic analysis, and to prepare pieces for direct mail. My mailbox already gets too much junk mail.


OIC, that why you commented that, sorry, nope! That's not my purpose, if I am doing mailing, I have postal code ready.

I need it for other reason, so don't worry, no spam from me, that's not the way I do business.
Simon Choe

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Postby ecureilx » Wed, 05 Jan 2011 10:28 am

3qpmm wrote:


You can check with StreetDirectory and AGIS - both have a complete DB of the postal codes and for a fee, would be open to sharing that info ..

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Postby 3qpmm » Wed, 05 Jan 2011 2:51 pm

ecureilx wrote:
3qpmm wrote:


You can check with StreetDirectory and AGIS - both have a complete DB of the postal codes and for a fee, would be open to sharing that info ..


HI ecureilx

Thanks for your suggestion! Really appreciate it.
Simon Choe


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