PTT OPENING HOURS ARE 2022!

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Revised May, 2024 – Resource, Turkey iResidence, Foreigner Residence Services.
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PTT ARE THE OPENING HOURS 2022! WHAT TIME DOES PTT OPEN ON WEEKDAYS, HOW LONG IS IT OPEN? WHAT TIME DOES THE PTT CLOSE TODAY?

PTT working hours are curious in the second stage of gradual normalization implemented in 2022. Citizens are looking for answers to questions such as what time the PTT opens and how long it is open. So, what time does the PTT open today, how long is it open? What time do PTT branches close on weekdays? Here are the opening hours of the General Directorate of the Postal and Telegraph Organization (PTT)…

PTT opening hours are 2022! What time does PTT open on weekdays, how long is it open? What time does the PTT close today?

Due to the pandemic, there have been changes in the opening hours of many institutions. After the complete shutdown, as the normalization process began in July, the changing working hours of PTT became a matter of curiosity. So, at what time do the PTT branches open on weekdays, at what time do they close, how long are they open? Saturday Sundays and weekends are open? At what time is lunch break? Here are all the details about PTT working hours..

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WHAT TIME DOES THE PTT OPEN, HOW LONG IS IT OPEN UNTIL 2022?

The General Directorate of the postal organization, Postal and Telegraph Organization of Turkey (PTT) continues to provide services to citizens with hundreds of branches located in 81 provinces of the country. PTT branches are decommissioned from 08.30 to 17.30. is decommissioning at 12.30 PTT is open and closes from 13.30 to 17.30 after a 1-hour lunch break.

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PTT, PTT CARGO OPENING HOURS 2022

Weekdays: 08:30- 17:30

Lunch break is 12:30- 13:30

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SUNDAY SATURDAY- PTT IS OPEN?

All PTT’s are closed on Saturday, except for the Central PTT branches. On Saturday, only PTT branches in certain regions are open until 13.30. PTT branches are closed on Sundays. However, opening hours may vary depending on the provinces with an increase in coronavirus cases and a decrease in cases. Please follow the decisions of the Provincial Health Board in your province.

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