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    Default Namibian 29Mhz Radio Licence

    Hi There, I know someone posted info about obtaining one but I can't seem to find it.

    Anyone got the latest details on how to obtain a Licence

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    Hi Ashley,

    You can download the forms from here:

    http://www.ncc.org.na/

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    Thanks F_D

    That's what I was looking for.
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    The NCC website is not user friendly.

    The application process I followed 2 months ago is simple and as follows:
    1. Complete the simple one page form (see below)
    2. Deposit the application fee (R48 p.a.)
    3. Fax the application form and deposit slip to Namibian Communications Commission (NCC)
    4. Wait for less than 24 hours to receive a fax with your license disk
    5. Wait for less than 7 days to receive your license disk in the mail

    Fax nr for NCC: +264 61 222790
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    Thanks Peter you are right about the NCC website.

    I will pm you my e-mail if you please send me a better copy of the form I will be grateful . Thanks

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    Thanks PeterL , it worked great within 3 hrs I had my faxed copy back. A lot of our Goverment Departments need service like that.It took less than an hour for one of my friends today to get his.
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    Hi everyone

    Silly question.
    How do you go to make an international payment on via internet bankig. Does not see the option on my ABSA profile.

    Any help here please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaspaas View Post
    Hi everyone

    Silly question.
    How do you go to make an international payment on via internet bankig. Does not see the option on my ABSA profile.

    Any help here please.

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    Hi Kaspaas
    No problem with internet banking transfer.
    Treat Standard Bank Namibia the same as Standard bank RSA : Just insert the account number and away you go.
    Standard does not use different Branch Codes , so you just ignore that field.
    When are you going to Namibia ?

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    I am very impress with the Namibia service in general.

    Sent payment for the license and faxed them the receipt. They faxed me a copy of my license 1 hour later and after one week I received the original copy in the post! Now I am sorted with my radio license for Namibia.

    I received the same service with my accomodation bookings!

    When did it all go skew in this country Do I sound naive ?

    I will be in Namibia on the 19 and 20 Sept sleeping at Abequa and Hobas. Whilst up there I am very keen to see the Canyon.From there we are driving to Richtersveld Park. See you there?

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    I downloaded the attached request for a Namibian Radio license but at Section B .2. it asks what Frequency is required, does one put in your own frequency as programmed on your radio?

    I have the frequency for my VHF but not the 29 meg.

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    1 29,7100 General Open ORRA 4x4
    2 29,7225 General Open ORRA 4x4
    3 29,7350 Mobile
    4 29,7475 Civil Emergency 1
    5 29,7600 Mobile
    6 29,7725 Non-commercial boats
    7 29,7850 General Open ORRA 4x4
    8 29,7975 Mobile
    9 29,8100 Mobile
    10 29,8225 Civil Emergency 111
    11 29,8350 Mobile
    12 29,8475 Civil Emergency Calling
    13 29,8600 Mobile
    14 29,8725 General Open ORRA 4x4
    15 29,8850 General Open ORRA 4x4
    16 29,8975 General Open ORRA 4x4
    17 29,9100 Mobile
    18 29,9225 Fire Fighting (Rural) Civil Emergency
    19 29,9350 Safety of vessels at sea
    20 29,9475 Civil Emergency 11
    21 29,9600 Mobile
    22 29,9725 Boats at sea and on inland waters
    23 29,9850 Government
    If it was me I'd select one of the two frequencies in bold above
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    Thank you Spike, appreciated.

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    Many of you are going to Namibia soon.

    How many of you have applied for a Namibian radio license? is it really necessary?

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    I spent three weeks in Namibia in September last year.We went through a few road blocks - no one asked for the radio licence.
    But i had it in any case - worth it for peace of mind..
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    As there has been very little response to my question whether or not Forum members pay attention to the Namibian Radio License issue I assume it is safe to go without a license?

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    Short answer Johan is No.
    It is not safe to go without a Nam license.
    Apply for a 29 meg license and ensure that your equipment wont be confiscated.
    The Nam license department is super efficient and everything is done by fax and eft. It took exactly 1 hour and 4 minutes from time of application to holding a copy of my Nam license in my hand. The original reached me by mail 3 days later. Its in the form of a round disc that you stick next to the vehicle license on the windscreen.
    We have enough trouble trying to hide meat and wood to also have to worry about a radio license at the road blocks.
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    Can somebody please post the e-mail address to apply for a Namibian Radio License on the sticky?
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    Can you please help, I went onto the site and then went and checked my radio. We have Kenwood 2 way radios Uhf/VHF 450 - 490 Mhz and 136 - 174 Mhz. Do we also require licences?

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    Any radio transmitting more than 500milliwatts always needs a licence. That goes for SA as well as Namibia or any other country.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Family_Dog View Post
    Any radio transmitting more than 500milliwatts always needs a licence. That goes for SA as well as Namibia or any other country.


    -F_D
    Sorry for being a bit stupid when it comes to technical stuff but does that mean my radio transmits more than 500 milliwatts? How do I know howmuch it transmits? Thanks

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