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What is the difference between VoLTE and LTE?

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Answered Jun 24, 2019

LTE stands for "Long term Evolution." In technical terms, it is a standard for high-speed cellular data communication systems based on its predecessors UTMS and HSPA. It is the next level of mobile communications technology developed and implemented by 3 GPP, a consortium of mobile communications associations.

LTE stands for
High peak and flexibility infrequency ultimately gave broadband services. There was no support for VoLTE, short for voice over LTE. It doesn't do much switching between network frequencies, which makes call routing faster than the network with standard 3 G voice calls.

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