Verizon Wireless has released the confirm statement that South Korean devices as Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge can start the Wi-Fi calling from next week.
The confirmation by Verizon’s made it the last major U.S. carrier to offer the wireless network feature, following AT&T, T-Mobile. Why & how it happened? Actually the carrier selected to get an official waiver from the Federal Communications Commission, or FCC.
Verizon Wireless announced on 4 December that an update to its Advanced Calling 1.0 application will be part of feature and call from hotspots for free would also be possible for users, while promising that its users will get soon the facility soon making free calls using WiFi.
The release of Wifi-Calling is on the road and being conducted gradually so those who appear excited to get it fast they must have to wait.
Verizon Wireless released its Advanced Calling 1.0 application in September 2014 and the shipper joined all calls through its legacy CDMA network.
Verizon has received huge praise for its quality of its CDMA voice network, while Advanced Calling 1.0 heralded the arrival of HD Voice for Verizon purchasers. Galaxy S6 users just require software version G920VVRU4BOK7 to conduct Wifi-Calling well in this device. Nevertheless, for S6 Edge, you have to go with G925VVRU4BOK7.
Users couldn’t talk and surf the Web well while using CDMA but it would be so easy with the help of upcoming Verizon Wireless’ Wifi-Calling system , though HD Voice can be done to 28 of Verizon’s smartphones as well the mass of its recent lineup.
With the help of CDMA and VoLTE high-quality voice calls can be enjoyed but Verizon had small piece of motivation to recommend WiFi calling. Verizon’s opponents forced its hand.