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Nautel Announces Last Tube Buyback Promotion

New promotion helps owners of older tube transmitters transition to affordable, reliable, and easy-to-maintain solid-state transmitters. Also back by popular demand is the Nautel 50th anniversary inspired 50-month extended warranty on new GV transmitters.

Hackett’s Cove, Nova Scotia – Radio stations in the US and Canada who upgrade from an older tube transmitter to a new Nautel solid state transmitter prior to January 31, 2020 are eligible for up to $10,000 in a “last tube buyback” credit from Nautel – and the customers can keep their old tube transmitters as backup units.

“Older tube transmitters typically have a higher cost of ownership and it’s getting harder to find engineers who are familiar with tube transmitter maintenance,” said John Whyte, Nautel Head of Marketing. “Over the life of a tube transmitter, tube replacement costs can go as high as $40,000. We’re easing the transition to a reliable solid state transmitter by offering a credit covering the cost of a station’s last tube*.”

In addition, customers who purchase a new GV transmitter from Nautel prior to the end of 2019 can add to Nautel’s existing 4-year warranty with an extra 50-month extended warranty. When combined with the standard warranty, new GV customers receive warranty coverage for more than 8 years.

For more information and rules on these promotions, visit:

*conditions apply

About Nautel
Nautel is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of AM and FM radio broadcast transmitters. Focused on making transmission worry-free for users worldwide, Nautel provides valuable new solutions for digital radio broadcasting at stations of all sizes. All Nautel transmitters employ advanced control, monitoring and instrumentation tools which simplify management of transmitter sites, both locally and remotely via Web access. More than 16,000 Nautel transmitters have been deployed in over 177 countries since 1970.

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For more information please contact:
John Whyte
Head of Marketing
[email protected]

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