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Sprint VoLTE is Now Available in Select Markets

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Sprint has finally launched its VoLTE feature! With this launch, Sprint customers using compatible devices may now use the feature.

It is currently available in 15 U.S. cities with Sprint planning to expand this to more cities in the following weeks. Through this feature, customers can enjoy higher quality voice calls using an LTE network.

Unfortunately, Sprint is #latetotheparty since this feature has been available on its competitors for quite some time now. Both Verizon and AT&T have been offering this feature for a few years already. Still, the availability of VoLTE on Sprint gives its customers options on how they wish to make voice calls.

The other cities that are on the list to get VoLTE include Atlanta-Athens, Chicago, Dallas-Ft. Worth, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas, Missouri, New York City, Oregon-West Washington, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Francisco Bay, South Bay, Southern Jersey, and Washington, DC.

Right now, Sprint's VoLTE service is compatible with Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, and S8 Active devices. But the wireless carrier promises to make the feature available to more devices in the future. If you own one of the compatible devices and you reside in one of the cities where Sprint's VoLTE service is already available, you can toggle on this feature by doing the following:

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap on Connections
  • Tap on Voice Networks
  • Turn on VoLTE

This new feature on Sprint replaces the Calling Plus service that the carrier has been offering for quite some time. But until the full launch of VoLTE, customers can continue to enjoy Calling Plus before Sprint decommissions the service.


Source: The Verge  

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  1. let me refer you toa song by jo-jo: too little, too late

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  2. There is sime indication that iPhone XS and XS Max are also eligible:

    https://content.invisioncic.com/r161138/monthly_2018_09/9602D0BA-A470-4BE7-831D-8BA3F1B1247D.jpeg.309ff6839483d9745425ab1c8bc21af5.jpeg

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  3. Only on Samsung S8. A rather half-baked rollout.

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  4. Too little, too late

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  5. Sprint always has been in just a few narkets. This is nothing new.

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  6. Are we supposed to care? And is this supposed to matter? Hurry up and get eaten up by Tmobile already and be of some REAL use Sprint. Geez...

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  7. Which phones support VO-LTE on Boost and Virgin Mobile?

    Will Sprint MVNOs be able to offer VO-LTE to their customers?

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  8. Sprint who? Hasta la vista baby...

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