13 Things That Will Be Obsolete Soon

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It should come as no surprise that things get replaced as time moves on and technology becomes more advanced. Perhaps you’ve noticed how we don’t send letters in the mail anymore like we used to.

Or how most of us now use apps to do everything from pay bills to order food from a local restaurant. These are just some of the changes we’ve seen over the years, with more still to come.

What other changes will be on the horizon? Continue reading to find out.

13. Snail Mail

Snail mail

Did you know that U.S. Postal Service mail-collection boxes have been disappearing in recent years? Yep, it’s true.

According to an article published by Money Talks News, the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General’s website says that the number of mail-collection boxes on U.S. streets has declined by more than 12,000 from 2011 to 2016.

And, when you think about it, it makes sense. With things like email, text messaging, automatic bill payments and the many other services available at the click of a button. So, who really needs snail mail anymore?

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