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As Per Latest Information Airtel Nigeria Launches VoLTE Service

VoLTE offers HD quality calls, faster call connect times, and 4G browsing.

To improve customers’ voice call experiences, Airtel Nigeria has rolled out its Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) service nationwide. With the service, you may talk and browse on 4G simultaneously without being cut off, and call connect times are 3 times faster.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • With Android compatibility coming shortly, VoLTE is presently accessible on handsets that support it, including iPhone 8 and later models.
  • The service delivers calls in HD with stunning clarity, three times quicker call connect times, and 4G surfing while you chat.
  • NCC estimates that Airtel Nigeria’s market share was 26.58 percent as of February 2023.

The third-largest mobile network provider in the nation, Airtel Nigeria, has announced the rollout of its Voice over Long-Term Evolution (VoLTE) service. The action aims to improve the voice-calling experience for Airtel consumers nationwide.

Browse and Talk on 4G Simultaneously!!

According to Airtel Nigeria, the VoLTE Service would provide consumers with uninterrupted, crystal-clear HD quality calls, 3 times quicker call connect times, and 4G browsing. The Airtel VoLTE service is offered across the country.

Airtel VoLTE

High Definition (HD) voice calls from Airtel VoLTE provide a better sound quality experience. Voice calls may be made using Airtel VoLTE (Voice over LTE), an Internet Protocol (IP) based communication technology that makes use of the 4G network and IP Multimedia Sub-system.

VoLTE Supported devices.

The Airtel VoLTE service may presently be enabled for free on handsets that support VoLTE and Apple iPhone 8 and above. Android smartphones will soon be enabled for VoLTE, according to Airtel Nigeria.

Airtel Nigeria Spectrum Acquisition

The Nigeria Communications Commission (NCC) sold 4G and 5G spectrum to Airtel Nigeria for USD 316.7 million in January. For 4G and 5G, respectively, Airtel Nigeria bought 2×5 MHz and 100 MHz spectrum in the 2600 MHz and 3500 MHz bands. NCC estimates that as of February 2023, Airtel Nigeria had over 60.3 million customers and a market share of 26.58%.

With the introduction of VoLTE, Airtel subscribers may use 4G LTE networks to make high-quality voice conversations. Customers’ voice call experiences will be enhanced thanks to this technology, which will make calls crisper, more dependable, and give improved speech clarity.

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Written by Shallu Srivastav

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