Wednesday 2nd October 2024 | 09:30 -13:00 | Google HQ, London

Register your interest today!

Join us for a jam-packed day of everything you need to know about RCS and how it can empower your communications.

Quote "RCS Academy" in your registration here, and we'll be in touch with more details >

What you'll get:

  • 1:1 advice from our team of RCS specialists based on your business needs

  • Talks from network providers (O2, EE)

  • Advice from Google (RCS owners) on best practices

  • Practical workshops showing you step by step just how easy it is to send with LINK

  • Ahead of the competition in time for Apple's release of RCS coming very soon!

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Industry Specialists

Hear from RCS specialists from across the industry as they share their knowledge with the academy.

Tim Atkinson


Catherine Maguire


Simon Dodd

LINK Mobility

A New Lease of Life for SMS

Level up your messaging and benefit from the impressive benefits of RCS messages. Security, branding, embedded experiences and so much more!

Brand Visibility

Build trust with a visible and verified brand badge and name, logo and profile page with contact details.

Easy Engagement

Encourage recipients to engage with intuitive buttons and links. Automated responses also save your operations resources.

Native Messaging

RCS messages are delivered directly into a mobile phone's native messaging app - just where your SMS messages normally land.

Chats & Conversations

Utilise LINK's chatbot automation technology to automate two-way communications with customers.

Tell me more...

What is RCS messaging?

RCS stands for Rich Communication Services, an advanced type of SMS text. Like SMS, RCS texts are sent via mobile network providers such as O2 and EE at no extra cost to the recipient. Unlike SMS messages, which are limited to 160 characters, RCS messages are unlimited and can include media like images, files, and videos. Additionally, there are added security layers, and businesses must be verified by Google to send RCS messages, ensuring your customers can trust your messages and brand.

Learn more here

Why is RCS suddenly so popular?

Apple has announced it will be adopting RCS technology later this year. Historically, only Android phones (around 50% of the world's handsets) have been able to receive RCS messages). With Android and Apple now RCS compatible, virtually all handsets globally can now natively receive RCS messages to handsets.

On top of this, customer interactions with RCS messages have skyrocketed in past campaigns run by our customers.

In our academy, we'll explain why this can be so impactful for engagement rates & ROI!