Greetings from Barcelona! The Mobile Nations team is on the ground ahead of the Mobile World Congress activity starting tomorrow, March 1, and Mark Guim and myself will be representing Windows Central. But, it's not just on the homepages where you'll find the best that MWC has to offer.
For the full experience, be sure to follow the whole team on the socials, where you'll more than likely see a couple of things throughout the week that we'd class as "behind the scenes." You won't see absolutely everything on the front page. We've got all the links you'll need below.
Windows Central - Twitter
And of course, don't forget to bookmark our dedicated MWC 2015 page here
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