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US Mobile Now Offers CDMALess Calling & Texting

US Mobile, an MVNO operating under T-Mobile and Verizon's networks has a new achievement. They are the first MVNO in the country to offer CDMALess calling and texting.

CDMALess calling and texting is a feature that forces devices to make use of Verizon's 4G LTE network when making calls and sending text messages. This means it does not use the 3G CDMA network for such services. Subscribers that have have enabled the service can enjoy VoLTE calling.

A big reason why this is an important achievement for the MVNO is because they are able to keep up with the times. Verizon is set to shut down its 3G CDMA network to consumers by the end of the year. This means that every single customer that uses Verizon's network will have to use a device capable of CDMALess and VoLTE HD calling. Otherwise, they won't be able to use their device to make phone calls or send texts on Verizon's network.

Even though US Mobile is the first to adapt this feature, it won't be too long before the other Verizon-running MVNOs makes the feature available too. They will have to comply to this, especially since Verizon is slated to shut down 3G CDMA network before 2019 ends.

Source: BestMVNO  


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  1. CDMA have to have two advantages over GSM:
    1- it's better security (for latest GSM versions it's fixed)
    2- it's biggest coverage. And that one make huge difference.
    As soon as you get CDMALess connection - you don't have #2 any more.

  2. So CDMALess Calling & Texting is just Volte and text over lte? If so US mobile is not the first verizon mvno to offer that... xfinity mobile has offered that from the start along with wifi calling and so does red pocket and many other verizon mvnos

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