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10   Contents of the Elementary Files (EF)   PDF-p. 34
10.1   Contents of the EFs at the MF level
10.2   DFs at the GSM application level
10.3   Contents of files at the GSM application level   PDF-p. 35
10.3.1   EF LP (Language preference)
10.3.2   EF IMSI (IMSI)   PDF-p. 36
10.3.3   EF Kc (Ciphering key Kc)   PDF-p. 37
10.3.4   EF PLMNsel (PLMN selector)
10.3.5   EF HPPLMN (Higher Priority PLMN search period)   PDF-p. 38
10.3.6   EF ACMmax (ACM maximum value)
10.3.7   EF SST (SIM service table)   PDF-p. 40      Up
10.3.8   EF ACM (Accumulated call meter)   PDF-p. 42
10.3.9   EF GID1 (Group Identifier Level 1)   PDF-p. 43
10.3.10   EF GID2 (Group Identifier Level 2)
10.3.11   EF SPN (Service Provider Name)
10.3.12   EF PUCT (Price per unit and currency table)   PDF-p. 44
10.3.13   EF CBMI (Cell broadcast message identifier selection)   PDF-p. 45
10.3.14   EF BCCH (Broadcast control channels)   PDF-p. 46
10.3.15   EF ACC (Access control class)
10.3.16   EF FPLMN (Forbidden PLMNs)   PDF-p. 47
10.3.17   EF LOCI (Location information)      Up
10.3.18   EF AD (Administrative data)   PDF-p. 49
10.3.19   EF Phase (Phase identification)   PDF-p. 50
10.3.20   EF VGCS (Voice Group Call Service)   PDF-p. 51
10.3.21   EF VGCSS (Voice Group Call Service Status)   PDF-p. 52
10.3.22   EF VBS (Voice Broadcast Service)   PDF-p. 53
10.3.23   EF VBSS (Voice Broadcast Service Status)   PDF-p. 55
10.3.24   EF eMLPP (enhanced Multi Level Pre-emption and Priority)
10.3.25   EF AAeM (Automatic Answer for eMLPP Service)   PDF-p. 56
10.3.26   EF CBMID (Cell Broadcast Message Identifier for Data Download)   PDF-p. 57
10.3.27   EF ECC (Emergency Call Codes)   PDF-p. 58      Up
10.3.28   EF CBMIR (Cell broadcast message identifier range selection)   PDF-p. 59
10.3.29   EF DCK De-personalization Control Keys
10.3.30   EF CNL (Co-operative Network List)   PDF-p. 60
10.3.31   EF NIA (Network's Indication of Alerting)   PDF-p. 61
10.3.32   EF KcGPRS (GPRS Ciphering key KcGPRS)   PDF-p. 62
10.3.33   EF LOCIGPRS (GPRS location information)
10.3.34   EF SUME (SetUpMenu Elements)   PDF-p. 63
10.3.35   EF PLMNwAcT (User controlled PLMN Selector with Access Technology)   PDF-p. 64
10.3.36   EF OPLMNwAcT (Operator controlled PLMN Selector with Access Technology)   PDF-p. 66
10.3.37   EF HPLMNwAcT (HPLMN Selector with Access Technology)      Up
10.3.38   EF CPBCCH (CPBCCH Information)   PDF-p. 67
10.3.39   EF InvScan (Investigation Scan)   PDF-p. 68
10.3.40   Void
10.3.41   EF PNN (PLMN Network Name)   PDF-p. 69
10.3.42   EF OPL (Operator PLMN List)
10.3.43   EF MBDN (Mailbox Dialling Numbers)   PDF-p. 70
10.3.44   EF MBI (Mailbox Identifier)   PDF-p. 71
10.3.45   EF MWIS (Message Waiting Indication Status)   PDF-p. 72
10.3.46   EF CFIS (Call Forwarding Indication Status)   PDF-p. 73
10.3.47   EF EXT5 (Extension5)   PDF-p. 74
10.3.48   EF EXT6 (Extension6)      Up
10.3.49   EF EXT7 (Extension7)
10.3.50   EF SPDI (Service Provider Display Information)
10.3.51   EF MMSN (MMS Notification)   PDF-p. 75
10.3.52   EF EXT8 (Extension 8)   PDF-p. 77
10.3.53   EF MMSICP (MMS Issuer Connectivity Parameters)
10.3.54   EF MMSUP (MMS User Preferences)   PDF-p. 79
10.3.55   EF MMSUCP (MMS User Connectivity Parameters)   PDF-p. 80
10.4   Contents of DFs at the GSM application level   PDF-p. 81
10.5   Contents of files at the telecom level
10.6   DFs at the telecom level   PDF-p. 104
10.7   Files of GSM

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