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TS 32.200 (SA5)
Charging management –
Charging principles

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(P) V5.9.0    2005/10    93 p.
(P) V4.5.0    2003/10    70 p.


Rapporteur:  Mr. Goermer, Gerald
Descendant:  TS 32.240    


This TS describes the principles of charging and billing for the provision of service and services by a 3G-system. This TS elaborates on the charging requirements described in the Charging Principles in TS 22.101.

It allows the generation of accurate charging information to be used in the commercial and contractual relationships between the parties concerned. This TS is not intended to duplicate existing standards or standards being developed by other groups on these topics, and references these where appropriate.


 

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1   Scope [R4]   PDF-p. 7
2   References [R4]   PDF-p. 8
3   Definitions, symbols and abbreviations [R4]   PDF-p. 9
4   Architecture [R4]   PDF-p. 13
5   Circuit-Switched Domain [R4]   PDF-p. 22
5.1   Charging Principles
5.2   Collection of Charging Data Records (CDRs)
5.2.1   CDR generation
5.2.2   Charging scenarios   PDF-p. 30
5.2.2.1   Mobile to land (outgoing) call   PDF-p. 32
5.2.2.2   Land to mobile (incoming) call   PDF-p. 33
5.2.2.3   Mobile to mobile call within the same network   PDF-p. 34
5.2.2.4   Incoming call to a roaming subscriber
5.2.2.5   Incoming call to a PLMN service centre   PDF-p. 36
5.2.2.6   Call forwarding unconditional   PDF-p. 37
5.2.2.7   Call forwarding conditional (on busy)   PDF-p. 38
5.2.2.8   Delivery of a mobile terminated short message
5.2.2.9   Call hold and multi-party service   PDF-p. 39      Up
5.2.2.10   Outgoing call handled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 40
5.2.2.11   Incoming call handled by CAMEL without redirection   PDF-p. 41
5.2.2.12   Incoming call to a roaming subscriber handled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 43
5.2.2.13   Incoming call handled by CAMEL with redirection decided and forwarding leg handled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 44
5.2.2.14   Incoming call handled by CAMEL without redirection and forwarded early using GSM SS but controlled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 46
5.2.2.15   Incoming call handled by CAMEL without redirection and forwarded late using GSM SS but controlled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 48
5.2.2.16   Early forwarded call controlled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 50
5.2.2.17   Late forwarded call controlled by CAMEL   PDF-p. 52
5.2.2.18   Incoming call handled by CAMEL with redirection initiated by CAMEL feature   PDF-p. 53
5.2.2.19   CAMEL Scenario for Visiting Terminator Trigger Calls   PDF-p. 55      Up
5.2.2.20   Outgoing call handled by CAMEL with Dialled CSI Trigger   PDF-p. 56
5.2.2.21   Incoming call handled by CAMEL with redirection decided and forwarding leg handled by CAMEL with Dialled CSI Trigger   PDF-p. 57
5.2.2.22   gsmSCF initiated wake-up call handled by CAMEL CPH   PDF-p. 59
5.2.2.23   Three party conference handled by CAMEL CPH [R5]   PDF-p. 60
5.2.2.24   Mobile terminated location request [R5]   PDF-p. 61
6   Packet-Switched Domain [R4]   PDF-p. 62
7   IM Subsystem [R4]      Up
7.1   Charging Principles
7.2   Offline Charging Data collection [R5]   PDF-p. 74
7.3   Online event-based Charging [R5]
7.4   Online Charging Event Collection [R5]
8   Application Services [R5]
A   Change history   PDF-p. 91

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