Amateurs living outside the US and possessions are invited to join ARRL as International Members. International Members do not vote in League elections and may not hold office, but enjoy all other benefits of ARRL membership, including:
International members will receive a monthly printed QST magazine in the mail.
Hints & Kinks:Feature articles: New Ham Companion: Technical articles: DXing and Contesting: Ham Ads and Display Ads: News from the FCC. Other columns include satellites, packet radio, public service, technical discussions-and much more!
New - Online QST - the whole magazine is now avaialble to read online each month.
Access to the ARRL Members Only Web site.
When you become a League member, you enjoy exclusive access to the new ARRL Members-Only Web site. At this site you'll find information and services that are not available anywhere else! Features include the ARRLWeb Extra, a colorful biweekly Amateur Radio on-line magazine filled with news and features; a Product review archive where you can download and view QST product reviews from 1980 to the present; an online index for QST and QEX; contest results and current Product Reviews before they are published in QST; and a member database where you can change your mailing address and other information on-line through a private, secure link.
Reduced costs for participation in the DXCC program.
International Members may participate in the ARRL DXCC Program at the Member rates. This represents a savings of $10 from nonmember rates for each DXCC submission during the year. (Members pay only $10 for the initial submission each year and $20 for additional submissions; nonmembers pay $20 for the initial submission and $30 for additional submissions.) In addition, International Members who are DXCC participants automatically receive the annual DXCC Yearbook free of charge. This publication contains a listing of call signs and country totals for all DXCC participants for the year, as well as stories about popular DX operations and a summary of DX news for the year, changes to the DXCC List and program, and a discussion of the "Most Needed" DXCC entities. (The DXCC Yearbook is available for $5 to nonmembers).
Subscription rates includes Airmail delivery.