New OQRS goes live!

I am pleased to announce that the new OQRS (Online QSL Request System) has gone live!

I would like to thank Bernd, DF3CB on behalf of us all for allowing to use this superb new system that he developed for DXpeditions and other users. Thank you Bernd for your collaboration.
Thanks also to Oliver, VK8DX for your involvement in getting this live!

Status of your Request
– The new OQRS will not require me to email confirmation of every OQRS received, this will save a huge amount of time. Instead the DXer can log into the OQRS with their callsign and email address to see that the OQRS has been “Processed” or will be status “Open” . Just how good is that!

If you do encounter any teething problems of the new OQRS please report them to me using the “Contact M0URX” page in the Menu.

Sending Direct or using OQRS & Paypal, here are the costs

  QSL Direct
      1 QSL only by post     =    US $2 or 1 x IRC          or Paypal 2 Euros.    OQRS

Multi QSL Direct – If you need to request more QSL cards take advantage of my Multi QSL offer.
As some of you DX and QSL as a group or friends, to reduce costs this may help you.

     2 to 4 QSL’s by post    =    US $3 or 2 x IRC           or Paypal 3 Euros.   OQRS
   5 to 10 QSL’s by post    =    US $5 or 3 x IRC           or Paypal 5 Euros.   OQRS
 11 to 20 QSL’s by post    =    US $7 or 5 x IRC           or Paypal 7 Euros.   OQRS
 21 to 30 QSL’s by post    =    US $12 or 10 x IRC        or Paypal 10 Euros. OQRS

Remember – It does not matter if you worked 1 or 20 bands slots with one station, that counts as one QSL card.

For Example: 5 QSOs with MS0INT and 5 QSOs with OJ0UR = 2 x QSL cards.

Tim Beaumont, M0URX.

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