Not too long ago, Verizon kicked off its Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service with a limited number of handsets, enabling the Advance Calling feature which also made its way to the LG G2.
The list of devices also includes the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, giving users the ability to simultaneously use voice and data over LTE. This should definitely give the new a feature a boost.
Users in possession of an iPhone 6 or the 6 Plus can make use of the Advanced Calling 1.0 HD Voice and video calling feature on their devices. All they have to do is pay Verizon’s website a visit, login with their account and enable Advance calling which is free of cost.
Users also have to make sure Voice and Data are enabled from the iPhone settings. Simply head over to Settings > Cellular > Enable LTE, and tap on Voice & Data. This will allow you to simultaneously browse the web and use mobile data while being on a call.
Other devices which can make use of this feature on Verizon includes the LG G2, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S5. Verizon is also expected to enable WiFi calling in the near future, allowing users to make and receive calls; access high-speed data; and send and receive messages over a wireless internet connection.
Source: MacrumorsFiled Under: Apple iPhone, Top News