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Frequently Asked Questions

 

User Accounts

I’m an employee of a member company, how do I get a user account?

If you are an employee of an existing Bluetooth SIG member company, you can obtain a user account by applying for one here and verifying your membership with a valid company email.

Our company name has changed. How do I update our member profile and directory listing?

Submit a support request and required documentation to update your company name. Find out how.

How can our organization use the Bluetooth trademark?

Trademarks, logos and word marks can only be used by Bluetooth SIG members on qualified products. Read more.

How do I join a Bluetooth SIG Working Group or Committee?

Influence the direction of Bluetooth wireless technology by taking an active role in a working group or committee, open to promoter and associate members.  Start by applying for group membership. Learn how.

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