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Just Applied for a GMRS License.

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Yup as the title states I applied for a GMRS License so in 48 hours I was told I should receive a call sign.
 

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Cool and Welcome

Yup as the title states I applied for a GMRS License so in 48 hours I was told I should receive a call sign.
Congrats I have had mine I guess for about 2 weeks now too. I was holding off for a while to see what Fcc was going to do but I gave up on waiting.
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Thanks! I was told that it would take 48 hours for them to issue a call. I have so many radios have to make a purpose for some of them lol.
 

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b7 that's what I plan on doing. The lady I spoke to on the phone today after I submitted the application said it takes about 48 hours to process so I should be issued a call sign some time today.
 
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