Vodafone to introduce VoLTE services in 2018


Telecom Company Vodafone India stated on Tuesday that it would come up with its Voice-over LTE (VoLTE) services from January 2018. The users will be able to enjoy the high-speed internet service in cities like Mumbai, Delhi, Gujarat, Karnataka, Kolkata. Later, it will be implemented all over India.

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Vodafone Company managing director and CEO, Sunil Sood affirmed, “The launch of VoLTE will improve customer practice with HD quality calling and provide our customers newer potentials. This service is an vital action towards launching futuristic technology improving our data strong network.”

The company reported that it would not pay anything for the VoLTE service. At present, Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel provide this service in India.

Prior, Idea Cellular had also declared that it would begin VoLTE services next year whereas government based Telecom Company BSNL has also declared the unveil of 4G LTE services in India. BSNL company will be introducing its 4G LTE service in Kerala from next year.

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Telecom Company BSNL will challenge with other telecom firms including Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone. Primarily, it will pay attention on those regions where 3G coverage is short. It is also looking for 5MHz spectrum in the 2100 MHz band to enlarge in other areas of India.