Google’s Project Fi starts testing Voice over LTE support

#Google’s wireless service called Project Fi has rolled out Voice over LTE service for a subset of its users, the company confirmed this week via an announcement in #Google’s product forums. Users will be able to tell that they’ve been added to this lucky group of testers because th… [Read More]

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#Google’s wireless service called Project Fi has rolled out Voice over LTE service for a subset of its users, the company confirmed this week via an announcement in #Google’s product forums.
The company also confirmed that the test had been underway for a few weeks, as some Project Fi customers had noticed.
Project Fi, by way of background, is an MVNO (mobile virtual network operator), which sees #Google working with network partners T-Mobile, Sprint and U.S. Cellular.
One caveat: the VoLTE service on Project Fi will only work when users are connected to T-Mobile’s network, as the other network partners have not officially introduced VoLTE support.
#Google did not announce a time frame for when VoLTE would roll out to all Project Fi users, but said it would update as the testing progressed.

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Source: Techcrunch