CommsMEA Awards - Last chance to nominate

Deadline to submit all nominations is September 16th
Two weeks to close CommsMEA nominations


Nominations for the CommsMEA Awards 2015 will be closed in two weeks.

The 10th edition of the annual CommsMEA Awards will acknowledge operators and individuals who have taken a leadership role in the region's fast-growing and rapidly changing telecoms sector.

The awards will also honour companies that have invested in technology, implemented winning strategies and developed services to capture the hearts and minds of end-users.

Operators and vendors can submit their nominations here. The Awards aim to recognise success in areas including service innovation, network optimisation, marketing strategy and customer services. You can check all the categories here.

Operators can submit their nominations for categories including Best Operator in the Middle East and Best Telco in Africa. Regulators are also welcome to submit their nominations to win the Best Telecommunications Regulator of the year.


Most of all, the awards aim to recognise those organisations that have helped turn the telecommunications sector in the Middle East and Africa into one of the most dynamic and vibrant in the world.

The deadline to submit all nominations is September 16th.

Last year awards gathered senior telecoms executives from the MEA region operators, vendors and regulators. Leading organisations in the telecoms sector were recognised for excellence across 15 categories of awards. Check CommsMEA Awards 2014 winners here.

To view photos of last year's awards ceremony, visit the galleries below:


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