Smarter, faster deployment

Mobile Connect provides operators with many compelling opportunities to play a central role in the digital economy, driving new direct and indirect revenues and delivering savings. But to maximize this potential, operators need to act fast.

Every new technology takes time to adopt and learning curves and time to market can be key. There can also be challenges around internal resource allocation. Recognising this, the GSMA is working with an ever-growing number of Technology Partners to provide operators with a choice of ways to fast-track implementation.

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A global solution

Mobile Connect is being adopted around the world with key markets embracing the opportunity in different ways and establishing new levels of cooperation between operators.


Supporting your ambitions

Technology vendors can help operators expedite time to market via the licensed products they develop using Mobile Connect. By leveraging this interest in the expanding Mobile Connect portfolio, vendors can develop new revenue streams with both operators and service providers.

Access to MNOs worldwide

The GSMA has close relationships with Mobile Network Operators around the world. As an approved vendor of Mobile Connect, you will gain access to these operators.

Dedicated sales and marketing support

Vendors have a key role to play in promoting the value of Mobile Connect to MNOs. GSMA will provide you with dedicated sales and marketing support to help you communicate the Mobile Connect proposition.

Sharing insight and experiences

As an approved vendor, you will be invited to Mobile Connect conferences, summits and workshops. GSMA will also share relevant reports and white papers with you.

Improving user experience

With Mobile Connect, there's no need for users to remember a password, they simply respond to a prompt on their phone. This means more people successfully accessing the services they want at the first attempt, leading to fewer abandoned transactions and more repeat business.


Latest news

Markets Turn Their Focus to Cross-Border Trade of Digital Services

  Since the drafting of eIDAS in 2014, there has been a renewed interest from businesses, particularly in Europe, in secure cross-border trade using digital services. Initiatives such as the Mobile Connect-eIDAS pilots, both in 2015 and the upcoming pilot, which demonstrate how mobile networks can be used to identify an EU-citizen of one Member State … Continued

Mobile Connect-eIDAS Pilot Prepares for Secure Cross-Border Trade

  Marta Ienco, Head of the Government & Regulatory affairs, Personal Data   As we draw closer to the implementation of the eIDAS Regulation in September 2018, both governments and private-sector service providers prepare to capitalise on its impact. Designed to enable citizens to carry out secure cross-border electronic transactions such as university enrollment, bank … Continued

Asia’s Mobile Industry Unites behind Mobile Connect

  Download presentations from the event Shanghai—A broad array of MNO’s across Asia have underscored their commitment to Mobile Connect after revealing how the identity solution is central to their aims of enabling more digital services and revenues across the region. During last week’s industry event ‘Deploying Mobile Identity Services Across Asia’ at Mobile World … Continued