GSM ("Global System For Mobile communications") is the dominant digital cellular mobile phone standard in the world with an estimated 82% of the global market using this standard supporting over 2 billion people in 212 countries.
GSM's wide usage and common access methods support roaming between mobile phone operators and enables subscribers to use their phones throughout the world with common features:
SIM cards or "Subscriber Identity Modules" are one of the key features of GSM. SIM cards are removable smart cards that contain the users subscription information and phonebook. SIM cards allow the user to transfer this information by merely removing the SIM card from a mobile device and inserting it into another mobile device.
GSM was also the pioneer of SMS text messaging, which is now supported on various other mobile standards.
New versions of the standard such as GPRS and EDGE are backward compatible with original GSM phones.
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