MTN Launches HD Voice, a new Voice Over LTE Service

MTN has officially launched a new service branded as HD Voice. HD Voice is a new Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service recently launched by MTN in South Africa.

Some people would be asking what is VoLTE, anyway, in a nutshell, VoLTE stands for Voice over LTE and it's more or less exactly what it says. It's voice calls over a 4G LTE network, rather than the 2G or 3G connections which are usually used.

This new service by MTN is not available for all users. It's available for selected smartphones. According to MTN, they said;
“The HD Voice service will allow customers to benefit from voice calls in clear, natural-sounding HD Voice on MTN’s LTE network – coupled with a faster call connection time,”

This service is available for only selected smartphones. Customers are required to use latest smartphones with latest software version. If your device meets this requirements, your device will be automatically configured with support for HD Voice.

After being configured, MTN will reward you with free 1GB data which you used for the software update.

In addition, the introduction of VoLTE services will be carried out in two phases.

  1. Starting in September 2018, the first phase will support Samsung S8 and S8+, Huawei P20 Lite, Sony Xperia XZ2, and CAT S61 devices.
  2. The second phase will be rolled out starting from October and will include support for additional smartphones.

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  1. Enter your comment...this make sense and it's another video call

  2. Supporting device always... They don't ever want us to taste it... MTN...

  3. MTN is mad