AT&T to Kick Off High-Definition Voice over its All IP VoLTE Network

AT&T announced that it will introduce High Definition (HD) Voice starting 23rd May in select markets. The new service which will be offerred initially with Samsung Galaxy S®4 mini, promises crystal clear conversations, all made possible over its all-IP, Voice Over LTE (VoLTE) network. 
AT&T Retail Store in Palo Alto, California

The HD Voice will initially be available in select areas in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota and Wisconsin, and will continue to expand on a market-by-market basis. 

AT&T was the first to deliver Samsung’s Galaxy family of devices; and the introduction of VoLTE HD Voice in collaboration with Samsung marks yet another key milestone in offering the best selection of Samsung Galaxy series in the U.S. AT&T said that subscribers will not have to choose between faster data speeds and HD voice as they can simultaneously talk while surfing the Web at 4G LTE speeds.  

 

 

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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