[CQ-Contest] WPX and LOTW

Tom WC5B wc5b at mscginc.org
Mon Jul 23 15:22:23 PDT 2012

I also use Global QSL. They are very slow at processing orders at times and not all countries use the IARU system, but otherwise it has been a great alternative. 


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On Jul 23, 2012, at 4:34 PM, Ktfrog007 at aol.com wrote:

> I use Global QSL for outgoing bureau QSLs.  It costs $106/1000 QSLs,  or 
> about 11 cents per card.  But that's the total cost.  All you do  is email 
> them an ADIF file with the QSO data and they do the rest.   They provide a 
> fairly flexible QSL designer so you can design your own QSLs,  something I 
> enjoy.  You can also purchase blank QSLs from them with free  shipping from 
> Israel. 100 QSLs for $18.00, for example.
> I have enjoyed getting WPX and its endorsements.
> So far I have had no fill-in of my LoTW WPX tables from older QSOs.   Just 
> from QSOs uploaded recently.
> 73,
> Kermit, AB1J
> In a message dated 7/23/2012 9:14:46 P.M. GMT Standard Time,  
> charlie at thegallos.com writes:
> On Jul  23, 2012, at 3:26 PM, Oliver Dröse <droese at necg.de> wrote:
>> Tim,
>> ever heard of "the bureau"? Will cost nothing (at least  internationally 
> for 
>> US operators) except membership in your local  society (ARRL for US). 
> Just to 
>> add still another point of view.  ;-)
>> 73, Olli - DH8BQA
> Not here in the US, the ARRL  charges $2 for the first 10 cards, or .75/oz 
> in  bulk
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