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Check out Cody's New Vanity Callsign!

Check out Cody's New Vanity Callsign!

 

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Hi everyone, this is Cody from BridgeCom Systems and I just upgraded my callsign to a Vanity callsign. Previously, I was known as KEØWWS. But now, I'm W3AMG. So getting my Vanity callsign was a super easy process to go through. I just applied for the Vanity callsign, it took exactly 18 days until I got accepted. Just make sure to check that it is actually available before you apply, if you don't want to be disappointed. And that was that. So you can get one too. Get out there, get your amateur radio's callsign and get you a Vanity callsign. If you're interested in any of these AnyTone radios, this is my personal favorite, the AnyTone 878 Plus or a Plug n' Play package. I've got this one set up with a DVMega, it works great that way. So if you're interested in any of them, we got links in the description below so feel free to check it out. This is Cody, W3AMG 73.

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Comments

Stephen Costelli - January 30, 2020

Congrads!
de N4JTH

Bob Kinney - January 30, 2020

Got my first as KN8OBO (1956) then K8OBO moved to KY had to change to W4LEM been that ever since.
Love ham radio

Dean LArson - January 30, 2020

W6HAB since 1948 !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Gil Weiss - January 30, 2020

FB, Cody . . . enjoy your new “name”.

73’s de K3GIL

Gerry Grant - January 30, 2020

Congrats on you new callsign. Mine is direct issue, long ago….
WB5R

Stu Mulne - January 30, 2020

Congrats, Cody!

I’m considerably older than you – my call sign (K8LEA) was originally issued to me as a Novice (Kn8LEA) back in 1958….

In the intervening half-century or so, we had to get an upper class license of some sort (not just a General) to get a vanity call sign. Never bothered to upgrade….

Makes me a little nuts now – I was somewhat inactive for a few years, and nowadays I’m hearing off-the-wall calls that don’t seem to be from around here at all, One of our club members (here in NE Ohio) is “W0TIS” (that round thing being a zero). Honoring his dog friend “Otis”.

Enjoy!

Dean - January 30, 2020

Woot woot

Marius Lubbe - January 30, 2020

Congratulations on your new vanity callsign 73 ZS1ML

W4CEC - January 29, 2020

Congrats!! 73!

Mitch Martin - January 29, 2020

Excellent Cody De WU1Q

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