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Typical German Efficiency


#1

We’re all aware of the length of time some QSL cards take to appear. For instance, an envelope appeared at my club about 6 months ago with which contained QSL cards that were between 10 and 12 years old!

Now from the ridiculous to the sublime…

I had a QSO with DO2AT on Monday 4 April at 1301z. His QSL card arrived on Tuesday 5 April at 1230z… Now, quite how this QSL card attained what can only descriped as warp speed, beats me.

73
Mike 2E0YYY


#2

In reply to 2E0YYY:
I suppose you’re now going to tell us that that was via the Bureau too Mike! Hihi…

That’s pretty impressive from Europe though.

73
Jonathan
M6HBS


#3

In reply to M6HBS:
In the recent wpx contest, i spoke to a station on the saturday evening in maryland USA and the qsl card was waiting for me in the letterbox after work on the Monday. USPS seems quite efficient too :slight_smile:


#4

In reply to MM0TAI:

From the anecdotal evidence presented it seems to me the Royal Mail is more worthy of the praise than other mail services.

Andy
MM0FMF