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.


MCX partners


MC vendor licensed partners

220 +

MC vendor forum members

Our Operators

We are proud to have India's leading operators on-board

Collaborate for success

The quickest way for operators to deploy Mobile Connect is by working with a Mobile Connect licensed technology or a Mobile Connect Accelerator (MCX) Partner.

Licensed products that have already qualified as Mobile Connect compliant and can speed operators’ development and time to market.

The MCX program offers operators a fully managed service via selected partners who can offer seamless integration with your network.

Choose your partner Below are partners who offer products or a managed service. If you prefer to talk to the GSMA before contacting any of these vendor partners, please contact [email protected]

Secure your place in the digital economy

Technology Partners play an important role in the Mobile Connect ecosystem. It offers them exciting ways to develop new products or expand the capabilities of existing ones. It is also a route to establish new working relationships across the entire ecosystem.

To support the global adoption of Mobile Connect, the GSMA invites technology companies to become active participators. Please use the form below to get in touch.

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