Vodafone 4G VoLTE services are a reality now and you could be using them as soon as January. After Airtel launched its VoLTE services to take on the newest kid on the block – Jio 4G, Vodafone too is set to join the bandwagon. The already huge operator is in talks with Idea for a supposed merger already which will make it the largest operator in India. With launching its VoLTE services Vodafone too is expanding its 4G network by giving similar features like the competition.
Vodafone 4G VoLTE Launching In India in January
Vodafone is launching its 4G VoLTE services early next year which will make it the third telecom company to offer such features in India. JIO 4G was the first to offer VoLTE services when it launched last year and has a pan India presence already.
Airtel too joined the competition in September this year and launched its 4G VoLTE services starting in Chennai. It now also offers the service in Madhya Pradesh and Chhatisgarh. Vodafone 4G VoLTE services will launch in January, 2018 with the first phase of roll out in areas of Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Karnataka, and Gujrat.
VoLTE has a huge advantage over traditional 4G as it promises HD quality of voice calls over the 4G network itself. Set to become the largest operator in India after the merger with Idea, 4G VoLTE services put it right at the top of the competition.
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Vodafone 4g VoLTE to take on Airtel and JIO’s VoLTE network
Since JIO launched its 4G VoLTE services in India last year, the country’s telecom market has been in a state of chaos. Mukesh Ambani owned JIO network offered free services for a long while which was enough to hit the customer base of Airtel and Vodafone. With the launch of Vodafone’s 4G VoLTE network, the company will be trying to make up for its lost share and lure its customers back to the kitty. We believe that the company will go all guns out in the war against JIO and Airtel and might as well launch a new feature 4G phone to counter the competition.