The Postal Index Number consists of six numerical digits which indicate zone, sub-zone, district and a particular post office in the locality. It helps the Postal Department to distribute the mail
Postal Code is the number code used by the British to segregate the mail. Colonies ruled by the British followed the same pattern in distribution of mail
Zonal Improvement Plan Code is a postal index code introduced by the United States in 1963. It consists of five or nine digits to facilitate the delivery of mail
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PIN Code is used in the British and its colonies. ZIP Code is used in the United States and a few other countries.
Postal Index Number
Zonal Improvement plan
PIN Code consists of six numeric digits which was introduced in India in 1972. ZIP Code consists of five numeric digits. In 1983, the United States Postal Service expanded the ZIP Code by adding four more digits. They called it as ZIP+4
A Pin code contains only numerals. Zipcode may contain only numbers or maybe a combination of numbers and alphabets.
Digits in PIN Code indicate the zone, sub-zone, district and a specific post office. Digits in ZIP Code indicate a geographic segment, the zone, postal zone, a group of apartments, an individual main receiver or post office box.