AUSTIN, April 9, 2015 - The Rural Telecommunications Congress (RTC) will take center-stage at the 2015 Broadband Conference Summit here next week. Preconference workshops begin on Monday, April 13 and the Summit continues from Tuesday, April 14 through Thursday, April 16.
For the seventh year in a row, the 12-year-old- Rural Telecom Congress has been partners with the Broadband Communities Magazine to improve broadband availability and usage across Rural America.
FOR THE SPECIAL RATE OF $195, you can register for the full conference. This represents a $700 savings from the full conference cost. RTC invitees use the code RTC195 to register at a special rate. This includes all meals, refreshments , evening Receptions, and admission to all sessions. When registering, choose the “code holders” option and enter “RTC195” when prompted. Go to the registration page at:
This year, rather than our own separate day, the RTC program of panels, seminars and plenary events will be interspersed throughout the three day conference (and the one day pre-conference seminars). More than ever before the presentations, discussions and face to face encounters with the best and brightest technologists, policy advocates, and policy makers from all levels of government, will arm you with today’s best practices in building capacity and adoption.
You’ll return to your own constituency, clients, customers or citizen groups, with increased ability to advocate for better broadband, the economic impact it brings, or increased capacity to advocate for your products and counsel.
The conference venue is the Renaissance Austin Hotel. A special rate of $185 per night is available to those who register in time, before the allotment of rooms is gone. We hope you consider staying at this hotel.
It also saves you time and money for transportation and parking, and Networking with fellow Summit participants is easier. But you are not required to stay at the Conference venue hotel, but may stay wherever you prefer.
For reservations at the conference hotel, follow this Link: http://www.bbcmag.com/2015s/pages/15hotelinfo.php
When you register, select the CODE HOLDERS button and enter "RTC195" for a special RTC rate of only $195.
Registering with this "RTC195" code will provide full admission to the entire 3-day Summit, including all meals, receptions, keynotes, exhibits, and all conference sessions - including the RTC sessions for only $195. Otherwise, the full conference rate is $895.
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