QSL.net was started in 1996 by Al Waller K3TKJ and run continuously until Al retired at the end of 2008.

In early January 2009, Scott Neader KA9FOX and George Fremin K5TR stepped forward to keep the service going. All QSL.net services were then moved to new hardware located at a large US data center.

Today, QSL.net hosts over 39,000 web sites... over 58,000 e-mail forwarding accounts... over 600 mailing lists... and provides bandwidth and hardware for N6RT's DX Services (including log searches for over 20 million QSOs) at DX.QSL.NET.

This is all done at NO COST to amateur radio operators and organizations, although donations are encouraged and very much appreciated.

We need your support!