A Global Title (GT) is an address of the SCCP protocol for routing signaling messages on numerous telecommunications networks.
Global titles are special addresses which refer to only one destination, but those destinations can differ over a given time-frame.
Structure of Global titles is determined by the ITU-T signaling analogy control part formats and codes recommendation (Q.713), more expanded in the supporting numbering plan standards. Other national alternatives of Signalling Connection Control Part (SCCP) clarify their own format for the Global Title. The benefit of a global title is a series of attributes which adjust the address worth.