Rio Now Offering Complimentary In-Room Internet to NMX Attendees


Lots of you have been asking about wifi access at the Rio All-Suites Hotel where most NMX attendees are staying. Well, the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino has decided to roll out the red carpet for us! Check out the note from the Rio below:

The Rio All-Suites and Convention Center is happy to welcome New Media Expo to Las Vegas. To show our appreciation to the NMX community, we are now offering complimentary hotel room Internet service  to all registered attendees for one device per day per room.

Please feel free to choose either hard wired or wifi service for your one device per room. Any incurred Internet charges will be removed at checkout. This is a savings of $13.95 per day. Please note additional devices will be charged the regular rate.

Enjoy your stay and your time at NMX ’13.

Thanks to the Rio for taking care of our attendees! See you in Vegas this weekend!

Allison’s Note: The Internet you want is “lodgenet.” When you’re taken to the login/payment page, type your last name in all caps (otherwise it will say that the guest name and room number don’t match). If you still get an error message, call the front desk – wireless Internet was turned off in my room, so it might be in yours too.

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Comments

  1. René Frederiksen says:

    I hope the rest of the facilitets have free, unlimited (devices) wi-fi access.

  2. I called the front desk asking about the wi-fi charges this morning but they knew nothing about it!

  3. OK so how to connect in the conference rooms, lounges, speed dating and other places if we do not stay in the RIO hotel? Any wifi name and password available? Will we get it during the registration tomorrow?

    Thanks and looking forward for tomorrow