Publishing my QSL policy / 2015-03-29

2015-03-29 Publishing my QSL policy
I was reading the Electron magazine of the Veron radio club and it had a mention of rising costs of QSL forwarding. The article asked radio amateurs to clearly publish their QSL policy so other amateurs don't send cards when they don't want them.

My own policy is that I like receiving QSL cards so I'll send them out myself to amateurs that appreciate them. But a confirmation via eQSL is also good. In digimodes eQSL is quite popular so I already gathered a collection of incoming eQSL cards.

So I updated the PD4KH amateur radio and PD4KH profile on with my QSL policy. I suggest others do this too.

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