Beginning in August the U.S. Mail will no longer deliver first class mail on Saturdays, packages will, be delivered but not letters. Do I care? Not one bit. In fact they could cut it back even more and I wouldn't care. I pay a lot of bills online and with automatic deduction, I could pay all of of them that way. In fact if first class mail costs much move than 50¢ I probably will pay more of them that way.
Another thing about Saturday delivery is that when I get something on a Saturday that's a problem I'm never able to get hold of anyone to deal with it, most offices are closed on Saturday. I'd be better off if the letter came on Monday when people are in their offices instead of me worrying all weekend.
Some people have pointed out that the U.S. Mail should be charging by distance on first class mail just like they do on packages. Right now it's 50¢ anywhere in the country, whether it's across the street or across the nation. Of course if they charged by distance I really would pay more bills online.
Does it bother you that Saturday mail is ending?