The work presented in this paper highlights the usage of mobile devices - one of the most widespread technology - in accessing electronic public services known as M-Government. The usage of mobile devices experienced the most significant growth in recent years and is foreseen to increase incoming years along with the development of mobile internet speed. The popularity and potential of mobile E-Government services makes them highly important in improving government communication to citizens. MGovernment premises are to provide greater access to government information offering benefits for citizens, public authorities, businesses, and general economic growth. The access from mobile devices to public information and services is continuously facilitate during applications with features that users can easily access. The paper presents the usage of QR codes as an effective mean for accessing long link addresses for E-Government services using a mobile phone and a classic computer.

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