Frequency / Repeater leasing question

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Flyingace14

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I'm looking into leasing/renting some repeater frequency. Having a hard problem trying to get some solid answers on pricing and such. Its for my small business of IT network installation. We would have 5 portable radios and 2 mobile radios. Does any one know what the monthly cost surround this would be? And who in Northern NJ would provide such services. I know Regional Communication in Paramus might be one. I just heard this method is much easier than trying to apply for our own FCC license.

Any help would be greatly appreicated.
 

alphacommnj

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RE: Leasing frequencies vs. licensing

I'm looking into leasing/renting some repeater frequency. Having a hard problem trying to get some solid answers on pricing and such. Its for my small business of IT network installation. We would have 5 portable radios and 2 mobile radios. Does any one know what the monthly cost surround this would be? And who in Northern NJ would provide such services. I know Regional Communication in Paramus might be one. I just heard this method is much easier than trying to apply for our own FCC license..
Flyingace14,
I'm not sure I've ever heard of leasing frequencies- the closest thing to that would be renting portable radios from a two-way radio company which operates their own private-carrier license. They are authorized under their license to have other businesses use their frequencies on a temporary basis.

In any case, PM me and I can help you in either getting your own license or leasing a licensed repeater frequency pair. My communications company is located in Morris County, NJ.

sales @ alphacommnj . com
 
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vinzep491

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Do a Google search for Two Way Radio Airtime in your area.

Most radio shops run their own trunking systems with repeaters and wide area coverage. Meaning, you could rent/buy radios from them and pay a per month/per radio airtime fee to use their towers and infrastructure which is alot easier than starting from scratch to get your own FCC licenses and repeaters.
 
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