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In Amateur Radio 59 means you have Q5 audio which is the best over the air audio you can have on a signal. The nine is on the signal strength meter and is recognized as a great signal while transmitting your station. This works the same in website hosting. I am offering resources on my Personal VPS the and the 59 Plan to host your websites online. This could be a place to host your own ham radio website, club, church, or business. You must supply your own domain!

 

Here is what you get in when you host your website through me. Each account has its own cPanel and access to Softaculous. You get 5GB of SSD Webspace, 100GB of Bandwidth with UNLIMITED Subdomains, Email Accounts, FTP, Mailing Lists, and Databases.

 

You will have access to the best tools to build your website. I offer Free SSL’s, WordPress, Forum software, and other 1’click scripts. Latest access to PHP, Maria DB, Cloud Linux, and DDoS Protection. Your emails are protected by the latest email Spam Assassin, SPF, Domain Keys, SMTP, POP3, and IMAP. You can also set up Unlimited Email Forwards and, Autoresponders within your account and have web-based email collection.

 

My VPS is hosted at Limestone Networks and is located at the Databanc Center in Dallas, Texas. Your account is guaranteed to be 99% up. I will give you 7 days to test it out and if not, you get all your money back.

 

I charge $55 per year and your payment must be made by **June 1st. I take Checks, Cashier Checks from your bank, USPS Money Orders, and Paypal. You can use your Credit Card via Paypal. If start your hosting plan before or after June your rate will prorate and it works out to be about $4.60 a month.

 

I have a limited number of slots that are available… Please call 4597 on Hamshack Hotline or email me if you are interested.

 

Note: If you sign up you will be required to give me your Full Name, Address, Phone Number, and Email address.

 

** I charge $5 per day that your payment is past due. **

Hamshack Hotline

You are new to Hamshack Hotline and you don’t know what to do with it? Well, it’s really not that hard. Once you get your new SIP phone, contact the Hamshack Hotline Helpdesk to get your phone provisioned and your brand-new shiny extension.

 

The knowledge base on the Hamshack Hotline website is your best friend. It provides a complete collection of documentation to get your new phone going. If you need more help with it, you can Like them on Facebook or join their Mattermost page. You can find most of the Admin team on public extension 302.

 

Now that you have made a few calls, this is where all the fun begins. Hamshack Hotline has different Calling Features to make life easy. You will have access to the Phone Book, Bridges, RF Links, and Radio Stations. They are adding more extensions every day, so it would be a good idea to check these pages every now and then.

 

Here is some more helpful information about your new SIP phone that people just don’t know. You most likely purchased a multiline system. You can set speed dials, link to RSS & weather, or add VOIP phone service. For as little as $15 per year, you can have your own SWEET VOIP phone line running right to your ham shack. It cost $11 for basic DID service (Phone Number) and incoming and outgoing pricing is so cheap you will probably end up getting another line. I never spend more than $25 per year on my phone service. They also have an unlimited plan for $4.25 per month. Please use my (VOIP.MS Affiliate Link) so we both receive ten bucks for your signup after you make your first call. The referral basically pays for your first year of DID Service.

 

You are welcome to join The Gathering Spot. We usually conference call on 336 (Pin:1000) on Friday evenings at 7:00 PM. It is a great group of guys that meet and have a wonderful time. We also use DMR TG31801, Telegram, and Facebook. On Saturday evenings at 7:00 PM, we get on Jitsi Meetings.

 

Enjoy your new phone… Dial 4597 to keep in touch with me!

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Blog Discontinued

The old website that I have had for the past four years I decided to discontinue. The site was WordPress site and worked well for many years. I intended to use it as blogging area for articles and news. It is now gone.

New Design

It has been a few years since the original launch of WX4XW.com During this time we have used the WordPress blogging software to create a custom website. This is the first design update since the beginning. We are using a full-fledged website via SitePad Website Builder. I will be using the old website as a blog to promote Amateur Radio through writing. https://my.wx4xw.com/blog or click the lightning bolt in the upper right-hand corner of the site.