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TS 22.041 (SA1)
ODB —
Operator Determined call Barring

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Rapporteur:  Mr. Rodermund, Friedhelm

This TS describes the network feature Operator Determined Barring (ODB). This allows the network operator or service provider to regulate, by means of an exceptional procedure, access by the subscribers to services (both Circuit and Packet Oriented), by the barring of certain categories of outgoing or incoming calls/Packet Oriented Services or of roaming. ODB shall take effect immediately and shall terminate ongoing calls and bar future calls/Packet Oriented Services.
The purpose of this network feature is to be able to limit the service provider's financial exposure to new subscribers, or to those who have not promptly paid their bills. It may only be applied to the service provider's own subscribers.

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