Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); General on supplementary services (GSM 02.04 version 5.7.4 Release 1996)

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Digitalni celični telekomunikacijski sistem (faza 2+) - Splošno o dopolnilnih storitvah (GSM 02.04, različica 5.7.4, izdaja 1996)

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Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+) (GSM); General on
supplementary services (GSM 02.04 version 5.7.4 Release 1996)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: ETS 300 918 Edition 5
ICS:
33.070.01 Mobilni servisi na splošno Mobile services in general
SIST ETS 300 918 E5:2005 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EUROPEAN ETS 300 918
TELECOMMUNICATION December 1999
STANDARD Fifth Edition
Source: SMG Reference: RE/SMG-010204QR7
ICS: 33.020

Key words: Digital cellular telecommunications system, Global System for Mobile communications (GSM)

GLOBAL SYSTEM FOR
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
Digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2+);
General on supplementary services
(GSM 02.04 version 5.7.4 Release 1996)
ETSI
European Telecommunications Standards Institute
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© European Telecommunications Standards Institute 1999. All rights reserved.
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Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation and publication of this document, errors in content,

typographical or otherwise, may occur. If you have comments concerning its accuracy, please write to

"ETSI Standards Making Support Dept." at the address shown on the title page.
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Contents

Intellectual Property Rights............................................................................................................................5

Foreword........................................................................................................................................................5

1 Scope ..................................................................................................................................................7

1.1 References...........................................................................................................................7

1.2 Abbreviations .......................................................................................................................8

2 General................................................................................................................................................8

2.1 Supplementary service.........................................................................................................8

2.2 Concepts associated with supplementary services .............................................................8

3 Categories and framework of supplementary services .....................................................................10

3.1 Framework for the description of supplementary services ................................................10

3.2 Categories of supplementary services...............................................................................12

4 Supported supplementary services ...................................................................................................13

4.1 Support of Line identity services ........................................................................................16

4.2 Support of Name identity services .....................................................................................16

5 Use of a password option in relation to supplementary services ......................................................16

5.1 Definition ............................................................................................................................16

5.2 Description .........................................................................................................................16

5.3 Management - normal procedures and successful outcome.............................................16

5.3.1 Provision of password option.........................................................................16

5.3.2 Withdrawal of the password option ...............................................................16

5.3.3 Registration of password...............................................................................16

5.3.4 Erasure of password .....................................................................................17

5.3.5 Password checking .......................................................................................17

5.4 Management - exceptional procedures or unsuccessful outcome ....................................17

6 Not used ............................................................................................................................................17

7 Processing of supplementary service operations..............................................................................17

7.1 Processing of operations containing basic service information .........................................17

7.2 Processing of operations involving multiple Supplementary Services ...............................18

7.3 Compatibility Information and Supplementary Services ....................................................19

8 Format of description.........................................................................................................................19

Annex A (normative): Applicability of Supplementary Services to Telecommunication Services..........21

Annex B (informative): Change history....................................................................................................22

History..........................................................................................................................................................23

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Intellectual Property Rights

IPRs essential or potentially essential to the present document may have been declared to ETSI. The

information pertaining to these essential IPRs, if any, is publicly available for ETSI members and non-

members, and can be found in SR 000 314: "Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs); Essential, or potentially

Essential, IPRs notified to ETSI in respect of ETSI standards", which is available from the ETSI

Secretariat. Latest updates are available on the ETSI Web server (http://www.etsi.org/ipr).

Pursuant to the ETSI IPR Policy, no investigation, including IPR searches, has been carried out by ETSI.

No guarantee can be given as to the existence of other IPRs not referenced in SR 000 314 (or the

updates on the ETSI Web server) which are, or may be, or may become, essential to the present

document.
Foreword

This European Telecommunication Standard (ETS) has been produced by the Special Mobile Group

(SMG) of the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI).

This ETS defines a recommended set of supplementary services to the Teleservices and Bearer services

which will be supported within the digital cellular telecommunications system (Phase 2/Phase 2+).

The contents of this ETS is subject to continuing work within SMG and may change following formal SMG

approval. Should SMG modify the contents of this ETS, it will be resubmitted for OAP by ETSI with an

identifying change of release date and an increase in version number as follows:
Version 5.x.y
where:
5 Indicates GSM Phase 2+ Release 1996.

x the second digit is incremented for all other types of changes, i.e. technical enhancements,

corrections, updates, etc.

y the third digit is incremented when editorial only changes have been incorporated in the

specification.
Transposition dates
Date of adoption of this ETS: 17 December 1999
Date of latest announcement of this ETS (doa): 31 March 2000
Date of latest publication of new National Standard
or endorsement of this ETS (dop/e): 30 September 2000
Date of withdrawal of any conflicting National Standard (dow): 30 September 2000
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1 Scope

The purpose of this European Telecommunication Standard (ETS) is to define a recommended set of

supplementary services to the Teleservices and Bearer services which will be supported by a GSM PLMN

in connection with other networks as a basis for the definition of the network capabilities required.

The descriptions of the different supplementary services are contained in the GSM 02.80 series.

Supplementary services not covered in GSM 02.04 or GSM 02.80 series cannot be introduced unilaterally

in any GSM PLMN if they require modification of the GSM signalling Specifications.

Technical realization of supplementary services is described in GSM 03.11 and 04.10.

1.1 References

The following documents contain provisions which, through reference in this text, constitute provisions of

the present document.

• References are either specific (identified by date of publication, edition number, version number,

etc.) or non-specific.
• For a specific reference, subsequent revisions do not apply.
• For a non-specific reference, the latest version applies.

• A non-specific reference to an ETS shall also be taken to refer to later versions published as an EN

with the same number.

• For this Release 1996 document, references to GSM documents are for Release 1996 versions

(version 5.x.y).
[1] GSM 01.04 (ETR 350): "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+);
Abbreviations and acronyms".

[2] GSM 02.01: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+); Principles of

telecommunication services supported by a GSM Public Land Mobile Network
(PLMN)".
[3] GSM 02.02 (ETS 300 904): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+); Bearer Services (BS) supported by a GSM Public Land Mobile
Network (PLMN)".
[4] GSM 02.03 (ETS 300 905): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+); Teleservices supported by a GSM Public Land Mobile Network
(PLMN)".
[5] GSM 02.30 (ETS 300 907): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+); Man-Machine Interface (MMI) of the Mobile Station (MS)".
[6] GSM 02.67 (ETS 300 924): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+); enhanced Multi-Level Precedence and Pre-emption service
(eMLPP) - Stage 1".
[7] GSM 02.81: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; Line
identification supplementary services - Stage 1".
[8] GSM 02.82: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; Call
Forwarding (CF) supplementary services - Stage 1".

[9] GSM 02.83: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; Call Waiting

(CW) and Call Hold (HOLD) supplementary services - Stage 1".
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[10] GSM 02.84: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; MultiParty
(MPTY) supplementary services - Stage 1".

[11] GSM 02.85: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; Closed User

Group (CUG) supplementary services - Stage 1".
[12] GSM 02.86: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; Advice of
Charge (AoC) supplementary services - Stage 1".

[13] GSM 02.88: "Digital cellular telecommunication system (Phase 2+; Call Barring

(CB) supplementary services - Stage 1".
[14] GSM 03.11 (ETS 300 928): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+; Technical realization of supplementary services".
[15] GSM 04.10 (ETS 300 941): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+); Mobile radio interface layer 3 Supplementary services specification
General aspects".
[16] GSM 04.80 (ETS 300 950): "Digital cellular telecommunication system
(Phase 2+); Mobile radio interface layer 3 supplementary services specification
Formats and coding".
[17] CCITT Recommendation I.210: "Principles of telecommunication services
supported by an ISDN and the means to describe them".
1.2 Abbreviations
Abbreviations and acronyms used in this ETS are listed in GSM 01.04.
2 General
2.1 Supplementary service

A supplementary service modifies or supplements a basic Telecommunication service.

NOTE 1: Provision of supplementary services by PLMN operators may be considered as

essential (E) or additional (A). E-supplementary services shall be made available in all

GSM PLMNs. A-supplementary services may be offered by GSM PLMN operators for

national service and can be made available internationally on the basis of bilateral

agreement.

NOTE 2: Offered supplementary services may be used by subscribers/users at their discretion.

2.2 Concepts associated with supplementary services
For the purpose of this ETS the following terms are defined:
Provision
An action to make a service available to a subscriber. The provision may be:
- general: where the service is made available to all subscribers (subject to
compatibility restrictions enforced) without prior arrangements being
made with the service provider.

- pre-arranged: where the service is made available to an individual subscriber only after

the necessary arrangements have been made with the service provider.
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Withdrawal

An action taken by the service provider to remove an available service from a subscriber's access.

The withdrawal may be:
- general: where the service is removed from all subscribers provided with the
service.
- specific: where the service is removed on an individual basis from subscribers
provided with the service.
Registration

The programming by the service provider or subscriber of information to enable subsequent

operation of a service. The programming action involves input of specific supplementary

information. For certain services the registration procedure may cause activation whilst for others

the service may already be in the action phase.
Erasure

The deletion by the service provider, the subscriber or the system of information stored against a

particular service by a previous registration(s).
Activation

An action taken by either the service provider, the subscriber or the system to enable a process to

run as and when required by the service concerned, resulting in the active phase. Some services

can be either "operative" or "quiescent" (not operative) during the active phase according to whether

or not the system would be able to invoke or use the service.
Deactivation

An action taken by either the service provider, the subscriber or the system to terminate the process

started at the activation.
Invocation

An action to invoke the service required, taken by the subscriber (e.g. pressing a specific button) or

automatically by the network or terminal as a result of a particular condition (e.g. calling number

identification for each incoming call).
Normal operation with successful outcome

Description of the normal operation of the service, the normal served subscriber's actions and the

system response. Decision points, timing and call progress signals would be some of the aspects

defined for the service if they can be perceived by the subscriber.
Interrogation

The request by the subscriber to the PLMN to provide information about a specific supplementary

service. This information can be requested by a:
- status check;
The following values can be returned by the PLMN:
- not supported
- active and operative
- active and quiescent
- not active
Not all values are applicable to all supplementary services.
- data check;

This interrogation function compares the data input by the subscriber during an interrogation

procedure with the information stored in the PLMN. The PLMN signals an appropriate

indication (e.g. "check is positive" or "check is negative").
- data request;

This interrogation function enables the subscriber to obtain confirmation of her input data.

The PLMN signals an appropriate indication (e.g. "the forwarded-to number is etc."). The

response to a data request may comprise the status of the service (e.g. not active).

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Exceptional operation or unsuccessful outcome

Abnormal situations not described in "normal operation with successful outcome". Procedures on

time-out, unexpected signalling response and other such events would be defined.
Interaction with other supplementary services

When more than one supplementary service is active, new logical situations, decisions, priorities,

etc., may arise. This section would identify and define the resolution of such situations as they affect

subscriber perception of the service. Special procedures may therefore be required, e.g. to allow,

where possible, the simultaneous use of different supplementary services by one mobile subscriber.

Interworking considerations

Identification of subscriber perceptions when a call exits from an ISDN/PLMN to another network or

enters an ISDN/PLMN from another network (e.g. PSTN).
Unstructured SS Operations
These operations are characterized by:

- In the mobile to network direction the transparent transport of MMI strings entered by the

user to the network.

- In the network to mobile direction the transparent transport of text strings that are displayed

by the mobile for user information.

These operations provide capabilities that can either be used as part of operator specified services,

or to facilitate the early introduction of GSM specified services.

NOTE: This Specification does not distinguish between subscriber, user and customer, since

all three do not fully cover the textual needs. Generally the term "subscriber" is used,

even if this person is not having the subscription.
3 Categories and framework of supplementary services
3.1 Framework for the description of supplementary services

GSM 02.01 describes the principles of the Telecommunication services provided in a GSM PLMN. It also

defines the concepts of Telecommunication services and describes their characterization by appropriate

attributes. Bearer services and Teleservices, which are offered by a GSM PLMN in connection with other

networks, are respectively defined in GSM 02.02 and 02.03. Besides these basic Telecommunication

services, their enhancement or modification by supplementary services need also to be offered.

A supplementary service modifies or enhances a basic Telecommunication service and, hence, cannot be

offered to a subscriber on a stand alone basis. It must be offered together with or in association with a

basic Telecommunication service. The same supplementary service may be offered with a number of

different Telecommunication services. For applicability of a Supplementary Service to a

Telecommunication service refer to annex A.

Table 3.1/GSM 02.04 (identical to table 1/GSM 02.01 and to table 1 of CCITT Recommendation I.210)

illustrates the description of Telecommunication services.
Table 3.1/GSM 02.04: Categorisation of Telecommunication services
TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICE
BEARER SERVICE TELESERVICE
Basic Bearer Basic Bearer service + Basic Teleservice Basic Teleservice +
Service supplementary services supplementary service

Provision and withdrawal of a supplementary service, with the exception of Closed User Group, shall apply

to all basic services the subscriber subscribes to.
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Registration, erasure, activation and deactivation of a supplementary service shall apply to one or more

group of basic services. The groups of basic services are defined to avoid handling of many basic service

codes.

An operation is effective on the basic services, within the basic service group, which have been

provisioned and for which the supplementary service is applicable. The fact that a basic service is

provisioned but is not supplied by the network shall not lead to reject the request. The request shall be

accepted since there is one basic service within the group(s) which is provisioned and for which the

supplementary service is applicable. For applicability of a Supplementary Service to a basic service or

service group refer to annex A.

Note that Supplementary Service operations on "alternate" and "followed by" Bearer Services (BS61 and

BS81) are managed on the basis of the Bearer Service BS2x or BS3x corresponding to the data part of

the "alternate" and "followed by" Bearer Services. This means that subscribers with a subscription to basic

services BS61 or BS81 can perform call independent supplementary service operations against the

groups "all data circuit asynchronous" and "all data circuit synchronous" regardless of whether or not they

have a subscription to any of the basic services in the set BS2x or BS3x.

This is also required for the invocation of a supplementary service related to the "alternate" and "followed

by" Bearer Services.
The basic service groups are define in table 3.2/GSM 02.04.
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Table 3.2/GSM 02.04: List of basic service groups
(1) (2)
Basic service group Basic service
(3)
number name number name
1 Speech TS 11 Telephony
TS 12 Emergency call
2 Short message service TS 21 Short message MT/PP
TS 22 Short message MO/PP
TS 23 Short message CB
3 - 5 Not allocated
6 Facsimile services TS 61 Alternate speech and facsimile group 3
TS 62 Automatic facsimile group 3
7AllDatacircuit BS20 General asynchronous bearer service
BS 21 Data circuit duplex asynch. 300 bit/s
asynchronous BS 22 Data circuit duplex asynch. 1 200 bit/s
BS 23 Data circuit duplex asynch. 1 200/75 bit/s
BS 24 Data circuit duplex asynch. 2 400 bit/s
BS 25 Data circuit duplex asynch. 4 800 bit/s
BS 26 Data circuit duplex asynch. 9 600 bit/s
8 All Data circuit synchronous BS 30 General synchronous bearer service
BS 31 Data circuit duplex synch. 1 200 bit/s
BS 32 Data circuit duplex synch. 2 400 bit/s
BS 33 Data circuit duplex synch. 4 800 bit/s
BS 34 Data circuit duplex synch. 9 600 bit/s
9 All dedicated PAD access BS 40 General PAD access bearer service
BS 41 PAD access circuit asynch. 300 bit/s
BS 42 PAD access circuit asynch. 1 200 bit/s
BS 43 PAD access circuit asynch. 1 200/75 bit/s
BS 44 PAD access circuit asynch. 2 400 bit/s
BS 45 PAD access circuit asynch. 4 800 bit/s
BS 46 PAD access circuit asynch. 9 600 bit/s
10 All dedicated packet access BS 50 General packet access bearer service
BS 51 Data packet duplex synch. 2 400 bit/s
BS 52 Data packet duplex synch. 4 800 bit/s
BS 53 Data packet duplex synch. 9 600 bit/s
12 Voice group services TS 91 Voice Group Call Service
TS 92 Voice Broadcast Service
NOTE 1: Basic services are defined in GSM 02.02 and 02.03.

NOTE 2: Alternate speech/unrestricted data (BS61) and speech followed by data (BS81) belong to the

BS-group of the equivalent data service.
NOTE 3: TS: Teleservice BS: Bearer service.
3.2 Categories of supplementary services

Below follows a list of the possible categories of supplementary services related to provision, withdrawal,

registration, erasure, activation, deactivation, invocation and interrogation.

Provision of a supplementary service can be made on a subscription basis, i.e. after pre-arrangement with

the service provider, or the supplementary service can be made generally available to all mobile

subscribers having access to GSM PLMNs.

Withdrawal of a supplementary service can be as a result of a subscriber's request or for administrative

reasons. Both withdrawal actions are performed by the service provider.

Registration of a supplementary service is only applicable to those supplementary services in which

specific data is required to enable subsequent operation of the service. This registration can be the result

of provision or it can be a subscriber controlled procedure. Registration of a supplementary service may

mean simultaneous activation of that service.
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Erasure of a supplementary service is only applicable to those supplementary services for which

registration is necessary. It can be the result of withdrawal, it can be the result of a new registration

overruling, and thus effectively erasing the previous registration, or it can be a subscriber controlled

procedure. Erasure of a Supplementary Service may mean simultaneous deactivation of that service.

Activation of a supplementary service can be the result of provision. In some cases the supplementary

service is only activated if the conditions in the subscription options are met. A supplementary service can

also be activated by means of a procedure controlled either by the mobile subscriber or the service

provider. Some supplementary services may also be activated as a result of registration.

Deactivation of a supplementary service can be the result of withdrawal or erasure of the service. In some

cases the supplementary service is deactivated if the conditions in the subscription options are not met. A

supplementary service can also be deactivated by means of a procedure controlled either by the mobile

subscriber or the service provider. A supplementary service can be automatically deactivated at the end of

a call if the supplementary service was specifically activated for that call. Finally, a supplementary service

may be automatically deactivated by the network as a consequence of activation of another

supplementary service if it conflicts with the other activated supplementary service.

Invocation of a supplementary service can take place by means of a subscriber controlled procedure or

automatically by the network as a result of a particular condition.

Interrogation of a supplementary service is only applicable for a few supplementary services for which it is

useful to get information from the network about the status or relevant data concerning the supplementary

service.
4 Supported supplementary services

Table 4.1/GSM 02.04 gives a list of possible supplementary services implemented in the GSM PLMN, the

definitions of which are given in the GSM 02.80 and 02.90 series of specifications.

For the recommended provision of services classified as Additional or Essential (A, E1, E2, or E3), see

relevant GSM/PCN MoU documents.

The availability of the detailed technical specifications of the Supplementary Services listed in GSM 02.04,

i.e. the possibility of implementing them, is to be found in the GSM Action Plan/Release List.

NOTE: All supplementary services in this table are implemented in the PLMN. Subscribers can

use these supplementary services for calls within the PLMN, but also in interworking

situations with the PSTN (if supported) and the ISDN. In interworking situations with

CSPDN and PSPDN these supplementary services can only be used during call set up

(e.g. call forwarding services). When a call is established between an MS and a PDN,

the MS acts as a data network terminal and can consequently only use the
supplementary services that are supported by the relevant PDN. The PDN

supplementary services are not described in this Specification; they can be found in

the relevant PDN Specifications. However, the interworking situations with PDNs still

require further study.

It has been identified as a requirement that the man-machine interface in GSM PLMNs regarding

supplementary services should be compatible as much as possible with the man-machine interface in the

fixed networks as defined in CEPT groups, e.g. the same use of keypad information or function keys.

Table 4.1/GSM 02.04 lists the categories for all supported supplementary services. Below the

abbreviations used are listed.
Registration:
p = as a result of provision
a = service provider controlled procedure
s = subscriber controlled procedure
- = not applicable
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Erasure:
w = as a result of withdrawal
s = subscriber controlled procedure
r = due to new registration
- = not applicable
Activation:
p = as a result of provision
r = as a result of registration
s = subscriber controlled procedure
a = service provider controlled procedure
c = when the conditions in the subscription options are met
- = not applicable
Deactivation:
w = as a result of withdrawal
s = subscriber controlled procedure
a = service provider controlled procedure
e = as a result of erasure
n = when the conditions in the subscr. options are not
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