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Verizon Updates LG G3 with VoLTE

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Dec 5, 2014, 1:04 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Verizon Wireless announced an over-the-air software update should hit the LG G3 beginning today that adds VoLTE capabilities. VoLTE passes voice calls over Verizon's LTE data network rather than its voice network. A handful of phones already support VoLTE. VoLTE offers HD Voice when both the sender and receiver have LTE coverage and VoLTE-capable handsets. Verizon recently said it plans to expand its selection of VoLTE handsets. Mike Haberman, vice president of network performance for Verizon, said the initial uptake of VoLTE by customers has been excellent.

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mobilemadness

Dec 5, 2014, 1:41 PM

Ironic

It's funny how all these carriers are focusing on VOIP now that very few people actually talk on their phones. Had they done this 10 years ago, it would have been big, but most people text and only occasionally call, so it's not that big of a deal. Same thing with home phone systems that these cell carriers are pushing. They should have done it back 10 years ago, but now most people don't want home phones anymore, but these carriers are pushing those too. 😕
And then there's Vonage, which is a combination of both things you touched upon. 😛
mobilemadness said:
It's funny how all these carriers are focusing on VOIP now that very few people actually talk on their phones...but most people text and only occasionally call, so it's not that big of a deal.

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...Sounds like the muffled, grown-up voices from Charlie Brown. Maybe VOLTE will at least graduate them to PCS quality.
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