Licensing and Guidelines
Using the HD Voice logo
The HD voice logo is a universally recognised symbol that identifies HD voice-enabled services and devices, across both mobile and fixed networks, including:
- Mobile networks and/or terminals with GSM/UMTS;
- Mobile networks and/or terminals with CDMA2000;
- Mobile networks and/or terminals with LTE;
- Fixed terminals with support of CAT-iq; and
- Companies that provide complementing services, e.g. testing.
Step 1: Find out more about becoming a licensee
Many operators and network vendors are already using the logo to promote their crystal-clear HD voice service. To find out more about using the logo and becoming a licensee, go to HD voice logo usage guidelines and FAQs
NB. Your organisation does not need to be a member of the GSMA, to sign either the HD Voice Logo or Marketing License agreement.
Step 2: Select the relevant license agreement
To use the HD voice logo, please review the relevant minimum requirements.
The HD voice logo (self) certification of a mobile network, mobile phone or DECT phone can be made considering the respective minimum requirements captured in the latest HD voice logo technical annex versions:
- HD voice annex F minimum requirements with LTE – April 2014;
- HD voice annex C minimum requirements with GSM/UMTS – November 2013;
- HD voice annex D minimum requirements with CDMA2000 – November 2013; and
- HD voice annex E minimum requirements with DECT – May 2013.
- If your organisation meets the requirements, please download and sign the HD voice logo license agreement.
- If your organisation would like to use the logo for marketing complementary services, e.g. testing, please download and sign the marketing only – HD voice license agreement.
Step 3: Sign and return the license agreement
Please return the signed license agreement to Jill Singadia (corporate counsel). On receipt of the signed soft copy of the license agreement, the logo artwork files will be emailed to you.