The What Mobile Awards have been in full swing since July and with over 30,000 votes things are heating up but there is still time for you to help your favourite product or brand scope a top prize. Even better there still time to get a chance to win either a Samsung S9 or iPhone X courtesy of our headline sponsor Mobile Phones Direct.
Over 50,000 votes were cast in last year’s What Mobile Awards with last year winners that included the Samsung Galaxy S8 clearing up taking the following:
Best Smartphone Innovation
Best Camera phone
It was also a great year for the likes of Mobile Phones Direct, Mobile Fun and Carphone Warehouse who also took awards home. What will 2018 bring us will it be Samsung S9 or the iPhone X that takes the crown or will the Huawei P20 pro take the crown for best smartphone his year also brings the first year we give you the chance to pick your Best Rugged Phone and Best Smart Home Hub who will win you decide.
Voting is easy; simply Click Here.
Remember that by voting, you are automatically in with the chance to win one of four flagship handsets. This year we are lucky that our headline sponsor Mobile Phones Direct are giving the chance to win either a Samsung S9 or Iphone X. We would also like to thank all of our sponsors Insurance2Go, Protect your bubble & Row.co.uk. Please check out all the sponsor sites for all your mobile needs.
Voting closes at 4 pm on October 26th. Results are announced on Monday 29th along with prize winners. Don’t miss out on this amazing chance to have your voice heard, and bag a brand-spanking new phone. Good luck to all participants and thank you for supporting the What Mobile Awards 2018, the UK’s biggest mobile consumer-voted awards show!
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