Telia First in Baltic to Launch VoLTE

19 July 2016
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Telia First in Baltic to Launch VoLTE Image Credit: Telia

The largest Mobile Operator in Estonia, Telia became the first in the Baltic States and one of the first Nordic operator to offer Voice over LTE(VoLTE) HD calls on its 4G network in the country.

The service will initially be supported on Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL Microsoft via latest software updates. The Operator is working with other device manufacturers such as Sony, Samsung and Apple to introduce more models over the coming months.

Telia customers having a VoLTE compatible device can activate the VoLTE service at the closest Telia's service center or go online to its website to subscribe to the service. VoLTE calls will be charged similar as the existing tariffs and the service ​​will not consume subscribers' mobile internet usage. 

The Operator said that it is also working towards adding a variety of additional services such as presence information, instant messaging and file sharing as part of the new service.

Telia Kirke Saar, Director of the Estonian Technology
VoIP is a wired LAN network or the Internet has long been carried out in the vast technology. VoLTE calls to a cell phone for a 'next step that will allow the call to connect over a network such as the Internet data traffic.

Ray is a news editor at The Fast Mode, bringing with him more than 10 years of experience in the wireless industry.

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