Last updated on December 26, 2013
Getting mail is exciting and I don’t mean the electronic kind. In the digital age there everything is an email or a web page, I eagerly expect any packages headed my way.
I love it when I arrive home and there’s a box waiting for me. I feel like a kid at Christmas, especially if I don’t know what’s inside. However, more often than not I know exactly what it is and I want to know when it’s going to get here.
For that, I turn to Boxoh. I don’t remember where I first found it but I’ve used it ever since. The idea behind the site is simple. Boxoh promises “package tracking simplified” and it delivers on that promise.
The site is capable of tracking packages from the US Postal Service, UPS, FedEx and DHL/Airborne and I’ve never had it fail me. As long as the package was in the carrier’s system, Boxoh found it and told me where it was.
I love Boxoh because I can visit one site to check on the status of any package no matter how it is sent to me. I enter the tracking number in the box, wait a second and I’m presented with a map and the status of my package.
It’s fun seeing how many miles the package has traveled and which cities it’s stopped in on the route to my front door.
This morning Boxoh said my wife’s Valentine’s Day present had been delivered and there will be marital bliss in my home. If you buy or sell anything online, you should be using Boxoh.