top button
Flag Notify
    Connect to us
      Site Registration

Site Registration

What If a Postpaid user is in International Roaming and his credit limit has got Finished?

+1 vote
627 views

As we know that on basis of CAMEL contract, International roaming is possible, Visited-PLMN will generate the CDR at end and then forward it to home-PLMN. On basis of Call Data Records (CDR) home-PLMN will bill the user later in their currency.

The charging between the Operator's will happen as per the agreement.

So my Query is What if the user has crossed his credit limit during international roaming and ongoing call. How Visited PLMN will get to know about this information In between the ongoing call?

posted Jun 18, 2014 by Hiteshwar Thakur

Looking for an answer?  Promote on:
Facebook Share Button Twitter Share Button LinkedIn Share Button
Thanks for the info , is that will be same for Prepaid subscriber as wel or we have real time charging in prepaid scenarios instead of offline charging .

Similar Questions
+10 votes

If a UE is in RRC Idle state plus ECM registered and the UE has moved to a place where no reception is possible and after some time he has come out from that... What procedures will happen in UE?

+1 vote

I want to know, how MME of roaming network (different country) gets the user profile from HSS (residing at different country) ?

0 votes

5G network is following service based architecture and network slicing concepts to serve multiple sets of UEs/use cases. I am curious to know that how home PLMN is going to provide its services to its subscribers through visited network (international roaming) ? What would be preferred way by an operator ?

+5 votes

My query is, suppose i have x-operator connection but in an particular area X-network is not present so operator has made a deal with Y-operator. That is in this area X-network is not there kindly provide the network to my users when they are present here. Y-network will give the resources.

The point is how the charging takes place in this case of inter-operator movement?

+1 vote

I want to know what happens in the network w.r.t signalling call flow as well as user experience ?

...