The Rural Wireless Association is a Washington, DC-based trade association that ensures rural wireless carriers with fewer than 100,000 subscribers have a strong voice in our nation’s capital. RWA members are united in their goal to drive wireless telecom and broadband policy to strengthen rural America for the benefit of all of America.
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RWA holds successful Networking Lounge at GSMA Mobile
World Congress Americas
This past September RWA hosted our Rural Wireless Networking Lounge at MWCA 17 in San Francisco. Industry leaders and RWA members gathered to discuss what is next for the Rural Wireless industry. Thank you to all who attended and of course to our sponsors who made the lounge a huge success!
Our members enjoy the benefits of a trade association that understands the ins and outs of the industry, and the important issues that rural wireless operators face. Our legal and regulatory counsel has over 30 years of experience fighting for the needs of rural carriers before the FCC, state regulatory agencies, and Congress. RWA also provides numerous networking and educational opportunities to further the business interests of our members.
RWA is dedicated to advocating for improving the quality of life in rural America by ensuring the availability of wireless communications for those living, working, and traveling within those communities. Our members in conjunction with our regulatory team are work on an array of topics including Mobility Fund Phase 2, ConnectAmerica Fund Phase 2, data roaming, and other issues that seek to enhance wireless communications in rural America.
RWA hosts highly informative webinars each month on a variety of industry issues. Missed one of our webinars? Visit our archive to view recordings of all past webinars.
What is Rural Wireless?
Watch our video to learn more about the issues affecting rural America.
Thank you Huawei! RWA Reception Platinum Sponsor
The RWA Reception prior to the FCC Chairman's Dinner was a success! The RWA team is looking forward to a strong 2018.