Thanks for reading this. I'm basically a bit confused in the use of a version number for the CLI and OP Logos, the byte that comes before MCC and MNC in Op logos etc.
My code checks for 0x30 ("0" - But recently I have obtained an operator logo with a version of 0x32. Should I check for this as at the moment anything different to 0x30 we assume there is no version number - see NSM FAQ question 19 (140 byte op logo by removing version number and line feed character)
What version numbers should I be expecting as 0x32 is certainly not mentioned in revision 3.0.0 of Smart Messaging Specification ?.
Any information will be useful
RE: CLI and OP Logo Version Numbers