Nebraska Virtual Address

Network of real Nebraska addresses ready for you to receive your mail. Use them for your virtual address, mail scanning, and mail forwarding.

Need an address in Nebraska? Earth Class Mail gives you the ability to have a mailing address in Nebraska, rent a PO Box, forward mail in Nebraska, or check your mailbox with its virtual mailbox in Nebraska. You can use your virtual address in Nebraska to register a business. Nebraska virtual addresses can also help to keep your home address private.


12020 Shamrock Plz Ste 201




How Virtual Mail Works

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We receive your mail

Your postal mail is sent to a virtual address and processed at our secure facilities


We digitize it for you

Your mail is scanned and delivered into your inbox as a high-resolution PDF


You take control

You access your postal mail and deposit checks online

Why get an address in Nebraska

Characterized by expansive plains, cattle ranches, and open skies, Nebraska is a key part of the U.S midwestern region and breadbasket. Nebraska may seem consistent at a glance across its regions, but this state hides a literal powerful storm behind an unassuming landscape being a top state for summer thunderstorms, and in the worst-case scenario, tornados. Nebraska has a fairly dense population, with about 2 million residents on under 100,000 square miles of land. The capital is Lincoln, but the largest and most populous city is Omaha. Without Nebraska, it would be much harder to get a prime rib off the shelf at your local store, a large percentage of U.S cattle are raised on the fresh grasses of Nebraska plains with room to roam. Cows actually outnumber Nebraska residents 4:1, with over four million head residing in the state at any given time. Soy has also risen in popularity as an alternative milk and protein source, which Nebraska also provides by the bundle. Hot summers and plenty of rain ensure wheat crops turn a healthy profit each year. Despite the presence of farmland in most of Nebraska, Omaha provides an urban center for transportation, industry, and finance. Cabela’s, TD Ameritrade, and Berkshire Hathaway are all top companies that have headquarters or founding roots in Nebraska. A low startup presence leaves room for entrepreneurs to come in and take advantage of a new market share. Kool-aid was one such invention success story; created in 1927, in Hastings Nebraska, this creation quickly became the state soft drink. Green energy via ethanol biofuel powers Nebraska, which has a naturally low fossil fuel production. This is due to the high amount of farm byproduction, which creates a cycle of renewable energy that in turn helps power homes and businesses. Found the next great idea for biofuel use or a new kool-aid flavor? An Earth Class Mail virtual Nebraska address places you in state, minus real estate.

Postal mail as convenient as email


Prestigious address

Choose a real street address or PO box from one of our 80+ U.S. addresses.


Mail digitization

We digitize your postal mail so you can read or download it from anywhere.


Full-text search

Your postal mail is digitized into fully searchable, high-resolution PDFs.


Software integrations

Integrate with cloud and accounting software providers like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, and


Fully mobile

Use our mobile app or web browser to access your postal mail from your phone or tablet.


World-class security

Your data is protected with 256-bit encryption, and stored in our secure facilities.

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