- Awards 2015
- Categories 2015
- All Categories 2015
- Category 1: The Connected Life Awards
- 1a: Best Mobile Innovation for Health
- 1b: Best Mobile Innovation for Education & Learning
- 1c: Best Mobile Innovation for Automotive
- 1d: The NFC & Mobile Money Award
- 1e: Best Use of Mobile for Retail, Brands & Commerce
- 1f: Best Mobile Innovation for the ‘Internet of Things’
- 1g: The Mobile Connect Award for Best Mobile Authentication and Identity Solution
- 1h: Best Mobile Enabled Consumer Electronics Device
- Category 2: Best Mobile Services
- Category 3: Social & Economic Development
- 3a. Best Mobile Product, Initiative or Service in Emerging Markets
- 3b. Best Mobile Product or Service for Women in Emerging Markets
- 3c. Best Use of Mobile in Emergency or Humanitarian Situations
- 3d: Best Mobile App, Service or Initiative for Accessibility & Inclusion
- 3e: Best Device for Mobile Accessibility & Inclusion
- 3f: The Green Mobile Award
- Category 4: Apps of the Year
- Category 5: Best Mobile Handsets & Devices
- Category 6: Best Mobile Technology
- 6a. Best Mobile Infrastructure
- 6b: Best Mobile Technology Breakthrough
- 6c: Best Technology Enabler
- 6d: Best Solution for Growing Smaller or Independent Networks
- 6e: Best Security/ Anti-Fraud Product or Solution
- 6f: Broadband for All: Outstanding LTE Contribution
- 6g: Outstanding Overall Mobile Technology – The CTO’s choice
- Category 7: Government Mobile Excellence Awards
- Category 8: GSMA Chairman’s Award 2014
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