By investing several million euros, ‘Tele2’ introduces VoLTE technology

Mobile communications company’sTele2” customers have access to VoLTE (Voice over Long-Term Evolution) technology, which provides faster call connection times, as well as higher voice and video call quality, according to information provided by the company.

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“Tele2” has invested several million euros in the implementation of this technology, although the exact amount has not been disclosed, and it is available free of charge.

As the company informs, VoLTE technology is available to owners of “iPhone”, “Samsung” and “Sony” smartphones, which are connected to one of the postpaid tariff plans. You can get acquainted with the exact phone models that have VoLTE on the “Tele2” website.

“For a long time, VoLTE technology was available to individual customers in test mode, because we wanted to make sure that everything works without a hitch. At the moment, every Tele2 customer who has a smartphone that supports VoLTE technology can, for example, send pictures at the same time during a voice call in the “WhatsApp” app or to search for information on the Internet, because the 4G data network is used to provide voice communications. Until now, the 4G network was intended only for mobile Internet use,” says Līga Krūmiņa, director of the technical department of “Tele2”.

To activate VoLTE on their Android smartphone, customers simply need to update their phone’s operating system. iPhones, on the other hand, need to make changes in the settings.

“Tele2” will invest 20 million euros in the development of its mobile communications network this year. Investments will be directed to network modernization and 5G for deploying technology, as well as maintaining network capacity and building a new data core network infrastructure.

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