I don’t know about you, but I love getting QSL cards though for contacts that I’ve have had.
Over the past year i have had some very nice one’s though like ones form Japanese station JA4NNY. The card was sent for his first contact with the GB7YD D-STAR repeater. He was using an Icom ID-1.
However I also like to be a little green and to do my bit to help save the planet. This where E-QSL comes in. eQSL.cc is a global electronic QSL card exchange for amateur radio operators and SWLs.
It is designed to be the fastest, easiest, and cheapest way to exchange QSO confirmations, eliminating the cost and time that regular QSL cards have required for the past half century. It also links direct with many logging programs like winlog32 – saving even more time again.
Find out more at www.eqsl.cc
Ian – M6DER