The price of a postage stamp is due to rise on the Isle of Man later this month, the Post Office has announced.
The price of local stamps will increase by three pence to 35p, and those for sending letters to the UK will rise to 36p.
The changes will come into effect on March 29.
Alan Crowe MLC, chairman of the Isle of Man Post Office, said the rates were still among the lowest in Europe, despite the rises.
Among the other changes announced on Monday, was a faster international delivery service called Global Express.
Special delivery charges will not be changed and the cost of using the recorded service is to be reduced.