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QSL in the Modern World

It is interesting to me to see what happens with QSLing in the modern world. It is true that paper cards and mail cost a great deal of money, but so too does internet access in some parts of the world. I often donate my unused eQSL funds to a less fortunate ham operator in another part of the world, but I find it frustrating still to be chasing DXCC. Asiatic Russia has the worst record for my log.

39 contacts, 32 cards sent, 8 received.

39 contacts, 32 cards sent, 8 received.

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