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What is VoLTE?

 

What is VoLTE?

 

VoLTE (Voice over Long Term Evolution) is the next stage in VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology, which enables you to make traditional voice calls over an internet connection. 

 

What do you need to know about VoLTE?

 

In short, VoLTE allows you to make traditional voice calls over a wireless LTE 4G internet network which transmit data.  No traditional landline needed.

However, users do not need a specialised app with calling capabilities. This makes it different from apps that use your normal data connection.

VoLTE calls can be made only between people who are provisioned for the service within an area with a 4G LTE internet connection.

To whom will this product be valuable? 

·                 Partners

·                Network Vendors    Small Businesses

·                OEM

·                 Consumers    

·                Operators

What are the benefits of VoLTE?

              VoLTE uses a 4G LTE connection. 
    Faster than regular VoIP
       Higher Quality Voice Calls
       Less likely to lose connection
       More Reliable
    
 Eliminates the need to have Voice on one network and data on another

Have a look at our video which explains VoLTE.

How do I know if my phone offers VoLTE?

To use VoLTE on your Network, you will need the following:

1.                     VoLTE service provisioned on your sim card

2.                   A compatible device that supports VoLTE

3.                   The correct version software

Most of the recent devices are 4G compatible, but you will need to check your phone’s specifications to make sure.

How do I activate VoLTE on my phone?

Have a look at this video and see how to activate this service.  Please note: Not all of the operating systems look the same, the menu may differ. It depends on the make and model of the phone.  The video shows how to activate the service on a Huawei Mate 20 Lite with Android Software 10.0.0.228

Did you know? 

VoLTE can also be used in small businesses as a form of communication.  This solution is compatible with most of the PABX suppliers and can also be used as a standalone service. 

What does that mean?

Small businesses are not forced to buy a full PABX system.  You will be able to use on a VoIP compatible phone.

The best of all, you will be able to keep your existing landline number and save on your phone calls.

Isn’t that great?

To find out how you can be helped to save costs on your business’s communication, contact your nearest Service Provider or send us a message an we will gladly help you.


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