Posts : 4
Times Thanked : 0
Join date : 2020-01-23
QTH or Location : Anglesey
Equipment Used : Cobra
|Subject: Hi all and call sign wanted. Thu Jan 23, 2020 6:04 pm|| |
Hi all, I was registered with the old website but with the move here, my details seem to have gone AWOL!! Was not allowed to sign in and as this was just before the change of serve i do not remember my allotted call sign. can an admin please check my details for my previous callsign, and if not issue me with a new one?
I live in north Wales, on the Isle of Anglesey, and use an old Cobra that is under repair (still!). I lived in South Africa for a large part of my life and got into CB in the early 1980s. Those days the channels were very busy, so i had a radio in both cars and one at home. Great days but i am now a newbie to the CB world, as the nomenclature has changed, and am learning again!!
Call Sign : 26-CT-1836 Ham 2E0GGQ
Posts : 1753
Times Thanked : 130
Join date : 2019-06-27
QTH or Location : London
Equipment Used : Radios & Wires & Stuff!
Age : 55
|Subject: Re: Hi all and call sign wanted. Thu Jan 23, 2020 7:31 pm|| |
Hello Keith, welcome back.
Everybody had to re register when we changed forum host.
What was your user name on the last forum? if you go to the "Call sign directory" for Wales here http://charlietangodxgroup.forumotion.com/t148-world-ct-call-signs-138-div-to-199-div you should be able to find yourself.
Everybody is listed for your division, it's a relatively short list.
If you have any problems let me know.
Call Sign : 26-CT-3239 , 26-TG-987 , 26-RB-060 , 26-CO-3239
Posts : 985
Times Thanked : 71
Join date : 2019-09-30
QTH or Location : SW London
Equipment Used : Colt Excalibur SSB, President GrantII JacksonII McKinley EU, CRTSS6900N, Cobra 148 GTL-DX MK2, Zetagi B550p, Bremi BRL200, RM KL200P, KL203P, KL503P, Sirio 4000, Sirio 3000 Bull, Antron99 Fire up , Hawkins Thunderbolt SSD58+ ,KPO NM532-KPO NM452- Astatic 575M6 , Uniden and AOR scanner
Age : 59
|Subject: Re: Hi all and call sign wanted. Thu Jan 23, 2020 8:19 pm|| |
Hi Keith, welcome back