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How far in advance of my event should I reserve my rental radios?

To guarantee availability you should reserve your radios as soon as possible. You should contact us when your event is scheduled and you have a good idea as to the number and

type of radios required. We keep a large inventory of radios in stock for two-way rentals.

We also rent a lot of radios so inventory does fluctuate. Early reservation will help ensure

the availability of the radios for your event.

Do I need an FCC license in order to rent digital two-way radios?

No, you do not need an FCC license. Your two-way radio rentals will be working on our

fully licensed digital, two-way radio communications system.

Is it possible to extend my rental time if I need to use the radios for a longer period of time?

Typically this is not an issue. There may be times when it does create a problem if there are other customers scheduled to use those radios. If you are going to need to extend your

rental period we ask that you let us know as soon as possible. We will always do our best

to allow an extension when possible.

For portable rentals, do you provide batteries, chargers and additional accessories?

Chargers and batteries are provided with portable two-way radio rentals. Additional accessories can be added to a rental but are not included with the standard rental rate.

What type of radios should I rent?

This depends on your specific event needs. Events with a smaller size that do not require a

lot of range can typically be handled using portable, two-way radios. These radios are less powerful but offer more portability. While lightweight they are rugged and reliable. Events

that require greater range and power will typically work with mobile radios. If required we also offer P25 grade radio rentals.

Is it safe/hygienic to rent radios other people have used?

We pride ourselves on providing clean, safe and reliable radios. Every radio and

accessory is professionally cleaned and programmed. This includes earpieces, batteries,

microphones, belt clips, etc.

Do you offer P25 radios for rent?

P25 is a product line for one manufacturer. We offer a real alternative with zero

compromise on quality, safety or reliability. The Kenwood/EF Johnson alternative

operates under a variety of frequency bands and technologies including UHF, VHF,

700 MHz, Phase 1 and Phase 2. 

What are the benefits of renting two-way radios over purchasing?

Depending on the circumstances for why you are considering renting there are things to consider. The cost of creating a digital, two-way radio communications system is

expensive. Doing so for a small event does not make sense. Some smaller companies

will also initially rent radios and then purchase their own over time. This offsets the

upfront cost of creating the communications system.

Are radios available for short-term only rentals?

We offer both short-term and long-term rental options.

Do you rent radios for events outside of Atlanta and North Georgia?

No. We pride ourselves on our service and reliability. We provide local service using

our communications system and hands-on support from our staff. 

For what types of events do you provide digital two-way radio rentals?

Over the years we have worked with large variety of events and locations. These include

but are not limited to:

  • Industry association events / trade shows

  • Conferences, conventions and corporate events

  • School, church, and community activities

  • Festivals

  • Media (Film and TV) recordings

  • Sporting events

  • Concerts

  • Security operations

  • Travel and transportation services

Can I get a quote online? Can I get a quote by phone?

Yes to both. You can contact us by phone or by using our contact form. We will not

give a final quote until we have spoken with you to make sure we account for all of your


How am I billed for radio rentals?

Is there a minimum rental time?

Do you offer insurance for radio rentals?

Are your rentals able to be programmed to custom frequencies?

Are your radio’s capable of using a repeater?

Is there a limit on the number of channels/groups rental radios can be programmed with?

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