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Win Mobile World Congress 2014 Tickets With TechWeekEurope

In one month’s time the mobile industry will descend on Barcelona for the annual Mobile World Congress (MWC), and we’re giving five lucky readers the chance to attend the event between 24 and 27 February at the Fira Gran Via in the Catalonian capital.

We have five passes, worth £612 each, to give away to the world’s largest mobile exhibition, although you will be responsible for arranging your own travel and accommodation.

All you have to do is take our mobile survey and register for our mobile newsletter, which delivers the best of our mobile coverage to your inbox each week. Existing subscribers can also enter, of course, but must complete our survey to enter.

MWC 2014 competition

The deadline for submissions is 11.59pm on 13 February, after which we will choose five names at random and notify the lucky winners in time for the exhibition.

The results of the survey will be discussed, along with other topics, over drinks at our next Tech Club evening, which will be held in London’s Soho. In order to attend, you can sign up for Tech Club here.

Previous years at MWC have seen projector phones and 41 megapixel cameras shown off, but with  so many manufacturers, developers and operators in Barcelona, it’s difficult to predict what will be next. What we do know is that MWC 2014 will be the world’s largest carbon neutral trade show.

So to be a part of it, click the link below!

Enter our survey to win MWC tickets

… and why not test your Mobile World Congress knowledge? Take our quiz!

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Mobile World Congress 2013

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Fira Gran Barcelona
Mobile World Congress took place at a brand new, bigger venue in Barcelona in 2013

Steve McCaskill

Steve McCaskill is editor of TechWeekEurope and ChannelBiz. He joined as a reporter in 2011 and covers all areas of IT, with a particular interest in telecommunications, mobile and networking, along with sports technology.

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