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WCC NaLA Workshop 2016

Finalized Schedule Released

NaLA is honored to be a 2016 partner of the Wholesale Connectivity Convention in Dallas this month. Speakers from various sects within the Lifeline industry will be discussing important topics and upcoming changes to Program Requirements, such as Rolling Recertifications, Benefit Port Freeze, Lifeline-supported Broadband, and California Lifeline. Below is an overview of the schedule for the November 14 workshop, including the Panel Discussion topics that have been selected.

2016 WCC NALA WORKSHOP SCHEDULE

1:00 – 1:30pm Registration
1:30 – 1:50pm Opening Remarks
2:10 – 2:55pm New Reform, New Lifeline, New Opportunity
2:55 – 3:10pm California Lifeline Update
3:10 – 3:40pm California Lifeline – Is More Better?
4:00 – 4:30pm NaLA Certified ISO Program
4:30 – 5:00pm NaLA Approved Phones
5:00 – 6:00pm Open Discussion (Townhall-style)

 

Some of the guest speakers include representatives of CGM, Kelley Drye & Warren Law Firm, and various spokespersons from ETCs such as enTouch Wireless, Life Wireless, and Assist Wireless will participate in the Panel Discussions.

This event is offered at no cost – there are spaces still available – REGISTER NOW to join the discussion.

For those interested in attending the Wholesale Connectivity Convention (November 14-16), NaLA Members are being offered a 15% discount on registration. View pricing and registration for the full WCC event on the WCC website for more information.

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For questions about the NaLA workshop or the WCC event, e-mail info@nalalifeline.org

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Lee SchaferWCC NaLA Workshop 2016

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