Mobilink News Press Release Jazz is all set to enable Voice over LTE on its network across Pakistan Customers will be able to continue using data sessions during voice calls By TPRO TEAM Posted on May 30, 2017 3 min read 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Voice over LTE - Image Credit Nokia Press ReleaseJazz is soon to enable VoLTE on its network across country which will allow the network to carry voice calls over the 4G/LTE data network and will allow to use internet services during voice calls. Jazz, in collaboration with Huawei and Nokia, has successfully tested Voice over LTE (VoLTE) in Pakistan. In line with the Telco’s digital agenda and strategy of leading innovation across the industry, subscribers will be able to enjoy this service in the near future, once more handset manufacturers join the ecosystem. VoLTE carries voice calls over a 4G LTE “data network” instead of currently used “circuit switched” 2G or 3G networks. VoLTE therefore allows “voice” to become just another app that rides on a LTE data network. VoLTE will allow customers to attain over 80% reduction in call setup as well as data sessions will be able to continue during voice calls. Jazz has become the first player in the Pakistan market to ready its network for the launch of VoLTE in the near future. “Providing impeccable voice and data experience to Jazz customers is our continuous endeavor and we are humbled to be the first in Pakistan to conduct successful VoLTE trial using the latest technology.” said Khalid Shehzad, Chief Technology Officer – Jazz. “Once we move towards the commercial launch, VoLTE shall enable our valuable customers to enjoy premium voice services with more than 80% reduction in call setup time, and on top of it they can cherish the true essence of data session during call.” he added. This article contains content from a press release issued by the company and does not reflect any opinion or recommendation from Tech Prolonged.