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With the ending of John Moe's SDR website, I have been checking the link to Radio 10-33 website. There is little if no information on what Radio 10-33 plans are. If there is a fee to subscribe, what is it? What other services does Radio 10-33 offer?
 
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With the ending of John Moe's SDR website, I have been checking the link to Radio 10-33 website. There is little if no information on what Radio 10-33 plans are. If there is a fee to subscribe, what is it? What other services does Radio 10-33 offer?
When is it ending?. His site was fantastic for site monitoring and it sucks John's website is shutting down. It was the neatest website I have ever seen.
 
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expensive for only metro fire mains, st.cloud fire main, and Duluth fire main no tacs. i was quoted $20.00 a month.
I was also quoted $20 per month for the few talk groups that I am interested in..... which is the discount rate after mentioning John Moe. I am considering it but it's kinda hard to justify since I already own a scanner that gets those talk groups for free. Being able to listen on my cell phone is a convenience but I really like being able to go back and re-listen to radio transmissions in case I miss something, which I can NOT do with my current scanner. Is that ability worth $20 per month? Not sure.... It will probably become more valuable to me once John Moe's site is actually gone. (in a few days of this posting)
 

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If $20 a month included everything that's currently available on John's site, I'd probably go for it, but there's no way I'm paying $20 a month to get just a few select talkgroups.

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I'm guessing the cost, plus their complete lack of any information on their website and when you email them has turned most people off of trying them.
 

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I e-mailed Jeff (the 10-33 guy) and we spoke by phone. So I can say he was responsive enough.

While I enjoyed listening to my Minneapolis hometown radio stuff via Johnmoe's site, I'm struggling to justify the $20 per month charge. It seems high when comparing it to $30 for RR/Broadcastify premium membership.

But I guess when you are the only one providing something, you get to charge what you wish, as long as you get enough customers.
 

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I requested he send me information via email multiple times. A screen shot of the interface, more information. But he would not send me anything, just repeated requests to call him. I want something in writing, and I wanted to see what the system looked like before putting money down.
 
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Was using it up until couple months ago for free via a friends account. It often dropped off or went off line and when it came back online radio traffic was 15mins or longer behind. I also have tried to contact them about getting My own account and have heard nothing back. Even if I did I would still have to think hard about paying for a service that drops off often.
 
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From what i understand the original owner sold to a company they are now tyler technologies or something like that?

I just sent an email last nighy about pricing i did ask for a bunch of just dispatch channels
 
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