postpaid

adjective
post·paid | \ ˈpōs(t)-ˈpād \

Definition of postpaid 

: having the postage paid by the sender and not chargeable to the receiver

Examples of postpaid in a Sentence

The shoes are $40 postpaid.

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The 51-cent increase would amount to nearly $200 million in additional annual revenue if applied to all of Sprint’s 32.1 million postpaid wireless lines. Drew Fitzgerald, WSJ, "AT&T, Sprint Boost Customer Fees," 29 June 2018 The new firm, operating under the name T-Mobile, would have roughly 100 million customers, more prepaid and postpaid subscribers in the United States than AT&T's 93 million. Tony Romm And Brian Fung, latimes.com, "T-Mobile and Sprint plan to merge in a $26.5-billion deal," 30 Apr. 2018 The new firm would have roughly 100 million customers, more prepaid and postpaid subscribers in the United States than AT&T's 93 million. Author: Tony Romm, Brian Fung, Anchorage Daily News, "T-Mobile and Sprint announce plans to merge," 29 Apr. 2018 The new firm would have roughly 100 million customers, more prepaid and postpaid subscribers in the United States than AT&T's 93 million. The Washington Post, OregonLive.com, "Sprint, T-Mobile set $27 billion merger," 29 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of postpaid

1653, in the meaning defined above

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postpaid

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of postpaid

: costing nothing to mail because the postage has been paid already

postpaid

adverb
post·paid | \ ˈpōst-ˈpād \

Kids Definition of postpaid

: with postage paid by the sender

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