Sadly, tho, not enough people use it.
But of course the same could be said if the paper buro was to be
started. same problem.
The Original Rolling Ball Clock
On 3/28/2012 10:07 AM, Jim Preston wrote:
> For stateside QSL's, LOTW is the way to go. It's much cheaper and easier
> than sending direct. Even if the bureau were opened to stateside QSL's
> (which it probably won't), LOTW would still be the better way to go.
> Jim N6VH
> On 3/28/2012 5:43 AM, Joe wrote:
>> I Voted, and it looks lie i m in the majority also.
>> I'd love to see it opened to stateside QSL's also. he cost of sending
>> them now is far more costly than what DX cards cost to send when the
>> buro was made.
>> As they say the infrastructure is already there.
>> Joe WB9SBD
>> The Original Rolling Ball Clock
>> Idle Tyme
>> On 3/27/2012 9:39 PM, Yannick (XV4Y) wrote:
>>> 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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