GMRS Operator Services

Communicate with other GMRS operators in your area.
Register your GMRS callsign and show your favorite channel.
Register today. Get your own registration.

Stay private or optionally use a public profile showing your favorite channel and your location by city and state.
You choose to allow friends, family, and neighbors to find you by your GMRS call sign and channel.

You control your privacy and your personal information will not be sold.

Find GMRS Operators in Your Area

Search for each callsign of other GMRS operators in your neighborhood. Search by zipcode or city.

There are currently 259,046 active GMRS licensed operators discoverable. License database last refreshed 2024-02-26 02:08:46.

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Learn how easy it is to use GMRS

The General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) is an easy to use two-way radio service.

The GMRS Operator Course explains:

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Additional Free Bonus

Receive a free copy of the Neighborhood GMRS Repeater Kit.
You can download it free after registration. No obligation.
And don't forget to take the free course to receive your certificate of completion.

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(as shown on your GMRS license)

Receive a certificate of completion at the end of the course.

You need a license from the FCC to operate a GMRS radio.

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Need a GMRS License?

The FCC provides your GMRS license without a test and your cost
is only $35 for a 10 year license, which is like $0.29/month!

First you get a FRN from the FCC to register your email address:
Register with the FCC

Second log in with your FRN:
Go to the Login Page for FCC License Manager

Third you get your GMRS License:
You will need to use the scroll bar to scroll down the list of FCC codes
ZA is the FCC code for GMRS License.
The menu is on the left of the page to apply for your new GMRS License.
Notice: An Amateur radio operators license does not grant permission to use the GMRS frequencies.
An Amateur radio operator should get a GMRS license to use GMRS frequencies.