VoLTE

Verizon and AT&T to offer VoLTE interoperability by 2015

Voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology is certainly an intriguing proposition and many are predicting it will be the main way to digitally communicate in a few years time. But one probable problem that users will encounter is that you are still limited to making voice and HD video calls within your network only. That is about to change as two of the US' biggest carriers, AT&T and Verizon announced that they will be offering VoLTE interoperability by 2015, a move that might just get people (well, at least subscribers to the two networks) on board with this all-IP technology.

Verizon’s Advanced Calling 1.0: HD voice and video calling

The much-awaited Voice over LTE (VoLTE) technology that is set to revolutionise how we make and receive calls is coming soon for Verizon subscribers. They’ve announced the rollout of their HD voice and video calling capability - called Advanced Calling 1.0 - in the next few weeks, a little behind competitors AT&T and T-Mobile but ahead of other US carriers.

T-Mobile lights up VoLTE in Seattle

T-Mobile, the carrier who is disrupting an entire industry, is at it again. VoLTE, once thought to be left to big players like Verizon and AT&T, is coming to T-Mobile as well. Not only will they start offering VoLTE, they’ve got three devices capable of handling the emerging technology.

AT&T offering VoLTE in two markets May 23 with GS4 mini

VoLTE is coming, and AT&T is bringing it to you. The Galaxy S4 mini will be available with “HD Voice” form big blue starting May 23. Starting from $49.99 with a two-year contract, the little device promises to jumpstart a big revolution in how we consume with our carrier plans.

AT&T HD Voice service launching in select markets on May 23

AT&T will be flipping the switch for High Definition (HD) Voice service a bit later in the month. The service will go live in select markets beginning on May 23, 2014 and be on an all-IP Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) network. The markets will be spread across Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

Comcast may be teaming up with Verizon for VoIP service

A new report suggests Comcast may be involving themselves in the mobile carrier game. The cable company, lamented by many for their ongoing attempt to purchase Time Warner Cable, may be working on VoIP service on the back of their wireless offerings for the home. While the service is said to be dependent on WiFi, Comcast may have other plans for the service as well.
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