An announcement by Google confirms that the site’s wireless service has rolled out a newer activity i.e. Voice over LTE service. Site’s Project Fi is already calling users but test voice calls are being made to select people only. Let’s see how many of us receive Project Fi Test Voice Over Calls then.

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The announcement appearing at the site’s Google Product Forums read something like “Though every user may have not noticed it but since past few weeks, Google has been conducting testing voice calls; using LTE technology; with however, a subset of (our) Fi Project.”

It neither requires any special effort nor a great deal of technical knowledge to know whether who among the users is a lucky one. All you have to do is to keep a vigilant eye on the network’s signal indicator; while you make a call or receive one. IF, at the time of the call, you notice the LTE sign appearing; consider yourself among those lucky ones having received the feature.

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As mentioned above, Google had apparently started the test calls already, perhaps since few past weeks though majority of users remained unaware. Finally Google decided tits time for the general public to be notified about it therefore, to confirm the same; it released the aforementioned public statement.

Benefit(s)?

Google ensures the following benefits of Project Fi Test Voice Over Calls:-

Higher quality calls over data

  • No consumption of data (from users’ data allocation)
  • Faster data browsing (during an on-going call)
  • Faster call setup

It is pertinent to note her that since Google’s VoLTE will remain limited to only one particular operator, T-Mobile network; it will benefit only those connected to T-Mobile.

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