The Canadian telecommunication giant has now expanded its feature of VoLTE calling (voice-over long-term Evolution) from Montreal to the whole province of Quebec. The new feature by Telus will benefit Apple iPhone users a lot as they will now have a setting to enable VoLTE which will allow them to enjoy high-speed wireless communication with wideband audio call quality.
Previously, data was carried over LTE when a user was not on a voice call. If you were on a voice call, then your data was transmitted using the slower 3G speeds. Now with VoLTE, your data will be carried over LTE even when you’re on a voice call. This feature does not use extracellular data and is totally free of cost. Earlier Telus had made this feature available in Montreal and now with Quebec on the list, we can expect more cities to be added soon.
An iPhone user can check availability of VoLTE calling on their iPhone 6 or above by following certain steps:
One – Go to SETTINGS
Two – Choose Cellular
Three – Select Cellular data options
Four – Enabling LTE
Five – Then clicking Voice & data option
VoLTE calling will only work if device and carrier both support this feature. Until now Telus support VoLTE in Manitoba, Alberta, Ontario, British Columbia, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, and in some parts of Northern Canada.