I was thinking of the USA side of the buro, actually it can also work
anywhere is to instead of an envelope, to use the flat rate postal
stuff. the packaging is free, all they need to do is pay the postage,
and it does not matter how many cards are in it either. It could be a
box that weighs ten pounds even.
I remember a buddy of mine that was a BIG DXer, he did not have an
envelope at the buro he had shoe boxes.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 3/28/2012 2:14 AM, Yannick DEVOS (XV4Y) wrote:
> Paul N6PSE questioning was interesting.
> The last big expeditions (ST0R, T32C) costed around 300 000 USD each...
> For rare entities, people (perhaps not everyone) are ready to pay for Direct
> However many reacted the same way than you and dropping QSL Bureau could be
> seen as not respecting the deal.
> Yannick DEVOS - XV4Y
> Le 28 mars 2012 à 10:41, Bill Parry a écrit :
>> The results sure seem to be one sided...QSL bureaus are still very valuable.
>> QSLing direct has gotten ridiculously expensive! I use the bureau almost
>> every month.
>> Bill W5VX
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> Sent: Tuesday, March 27, 2012 9:39 PM
>> To: CQ-Contest@contesting.com
>> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Is QSL Bureau pertinent in today HAM Radio
>> This is bit out of topic but contesters opinion is highly valuable.
>> Following a discussion on DX-World.net about the next Intrepid-DX group QSL
>> policy I started a small poll about QSL in the 21th century in general.
>> Please share your opinion.
>> Yannick DEVOS - XV4Y
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