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Please don't send any QSL card to the UN in New York !!

The 4U1UN Website is online. Please visit and find more infos at:

http://www.4u1un.net

4U1UN QSL route for all QSO's: via QSL Manager HB9BOU,

HB9BOU has now all available logs from 1985 to the present.

For any correspondance to 4U1UN : see 4U1UN e-mail address QRZ.COM

Current club president: James SARTE (K2QI) - k2qi.nyc@gmail.com

Direct QSL's to:

Herbert Aeby
HB9BOU
Route du Moulin 1
CH-1782 Belfaux
Switzerland

4U1UN QSL POLICY

4U1UN confirms QSL's via the bureau, direct and the Logbook of the World. e-QSL is not supported.

 

Please do not send any QSL card to the UN Headquarters in New York !!

QSL requests received direct by the manager will result in a direct response, subject to certain provisions.

In order to receive a direct card:

  • Ensure that the QSO information on your card is clear and correct. Be sure that time and date of your QSO's are in UTC.
  • Enclose a good quality self addressed and stamped envelope (SASE) of sufficient size and strength for the number of return cards expected. No Air Mail envelopes and no labels only please! If the postage is ok, the QSL Manager will stamp the envelope with a A-Priortity stamp. Up to eight QSO's can be confirmed on a single card.
  • Enclose US dollars or sufficient International Reply Coupons (IRC's) to meet postage costs. Loose Swiss stamps are also welcome. We can not use stamps or currency form other countries. The IRC's must be propely stamped. Only the new IRC's valid until december 2013 will be accepted.

 

 

Within Europe

Outside Europe

1 - 4 cards

$2

or

1 IRC stamped in Europe

$3 for Priority, $2 for Economy

or

1 IRC stamped outside Europe

5 cards or more

$4

or

2 IRC stamped in Europe

$4

or

2 IRC stamped outside Europe

  • Please do not send other currencies or cheques. Applications received direct but without a self addressed envelope, an envelope wich is too small, or without sufficient postage will receive confirmations via the burerau.

 

Direct postage:

The Swiss Post raised the postage rates 1st of April 2010

  • Economy Letter (max 250 x 176 mm / 9.8'' x 6.9''), 1 to 20 g, to Europe is now CHF 1.30
  • Economy Letter (max 250 x 176 mm / 9.8'' x 6.9''), 1 to 20 g, to Oversea is now CHF 1.60
  • Priority Letter (max 250 x 176 mm / 9.8'' x 6.9''), 1 to 20 g, to Europe is now CHF 1.40
  • Priority Letter (max 250 x 176 mm / 9.8'' x 6.9''),1 to 20 g, to Oversea is now CHF 1.90

But also a good new:

  • One IRC stamped in Europe covers a Priority Letter (max 250 x 176 mm / 9.8'' x 6.9'') to Europe
  • One IRC stamped in Oversea covers a Priority Letter (max 250 x 176 mm / 9.8'' x 6.9'') to Oversea

 

Any donation will be very appreciated and will be used wisely helping to print new QSL cards and cover bureau returns.

Every effort is made to ensure a reasonable turnaround time.

Please take note that mutilpe call requests slow down the reply process. Your replies will only be mailed when the last callsign on your list is processed.

 

Logbook of the World:

All 4U1UN QSO's later than 01 January 2004, 4U60UN and 4U64UN QSO's have been uploaded to the ARRL Logbook of the World.

 

Bureau QSL's via HB9BOU to the Swiss USKA QSL bureau.

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