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LPFM Store Payment

Make your payments to Nexus Broadcast easily and securely through Paypal. Once your payment has been processed, we will contact you for details such as organizational information.  We cannot offer consulting services without at least the payment of the retainer.  You can start with just the retainer, which is applied towards the full fee.


License Renewal Services

License Renewal LPFM $150

 

License Renewal Full Power $300

Commercial/Non-Commercial Full Power AM/FM


Miscellaneous Services

Engineering/Consulting Retainer





LPFM Application – Pay in Full

Amount at checkout $4,850  $3,500 SALE!

Includes Second Adjacent Waivers that do not require Longley Rice Study.
Additional fee applicable if your location requires a LR study. 





 

We accept Visa, Mastercard and Discover by phone all other credit methods please use Paypal.

To pay by check or money order our address is below.  If you require an invoice please call.

Our direct paypal account is paypal@nexusbroadcast.com

Nexus Broadcast, LLC 

P.O. Box 1383 

Winnsboro, TX 75494

One Response to LPFM Store Payment

  • We are a small Baptist Church in Nova Scotia, Canada interested in setting up and running a radio station from our church building. We feel it would be a great way to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. We do not have a lot of disposable cash, but feel led to go forward with this venture in faith. My personal ministry websites are below, and also a contact email address. Look forward to hearing from you soon. God Bless

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