Bharti Airtel launches VoLTE services in Karnataka

airtel-volte-in-karnatakaBharti Airtel (Airtel), on Thursday announced that it has expanded its VoLTE (Voice over LTE) footprint to Karnataka. Airtel VoLTE, which works over 4G, will enable customers across the two states to enjoy HD quality voice calls with faster call set up time. Customers can call any mobile, landline network using Airtel VoLTE. There will be no additional data charges for VoLTE and calls will be billed as per existing plan or packs benefits. With today’s launch, Airtel VoLTE is now available in Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Mumbai, Maharashtra, Goa, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh.
What truly sets apart Airtel VoLTE is the seamless connectivity enabled by Airtel’s wide 4G network coverage across Karnataka. Even in the case of non-availability of 4G network, Airtel VoLTE calls will automatically fall back on 3G/2G network to ensure that customers continue to stay connected at all times. Airtel VoLTE will also enable customers to enjoy HD quality voice calls and high speed data sessions in parallel. “We are delighted to roll out VoLTE services in Karnataka. It complements our efforts in delivering the fastest mobile broadband services in the state. Our customers will enjoy the flexibility of making calls and using ultra high speed 4G mobile data services at the same time. As the consumers demand more of their smart devices, we believe that such technological advancements ensure they get the best out of their smartphones,” said C. Surendran, Chief Executive Officer -Karnataka, Bharti Airtel.
Smartphones compatible with Airtel VoLTE
Airtel VoLTE is now available on a wide range of popular smartphones. This includes OnePlus 5, iPhone 8 series, iPhone 7 series and Samsung S, J and A series smartphones. Check mobile device compatibility at www.airtel.in/volte.

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