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Trying to id a Radio

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Premium Subscriber
Aug 13, 2012
Montreal, Qc
Hi everyone, for the past several weeks, i'm seeing new radios in use at 2 wal-mart location near me, the radio look like the CLP
http://www.motorolasolutions.com/web/Business/Products/Two-way Radios/Portable Radios/Small Business Portable Radios/CLP1010/_Images/staticfiles/CLP 1010_Resized.jpg
but it is cubic in form, not rounded and is worn with a paperclip like close to the collar... i've seen this radio last summer in a clothing store and it was using a business frequency... and I think i saw a motorola logo on it.... also it was the first time i've seen wal-mart employee with radio here in quebec... and no, Wal-Mart do not use the MURS frequencies here, they do not exist yet... the service is supposed to be approved for june 2014 in Canada.

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