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VoLTE shows up in Dallas? [Update: NYC too]

It’s not long ago T-Mobile announced VoLTE was going live in Seattle. Along with that announcement came a few software updates for the Galaxy Note 3, G Flex and Galaxy Light. But Seattle isn’t the only city to get the network update. Just today we were sent an image showing the service being live and kicking in Dallas. At the moment, when you make a call in a 4G LTE area in any … [read full article]

T-Mobile HD Voice tested, compared with AT&T standard call [sound clips]

For years we’ve been making phone calls with sub-quality audio. We’ve done so, because it’s the only option we’ve had. Arguably, some phones have had better clarity than others due to stronger reception, or a better earpiece. But, a key change had to be made, and it’s happening now. HD Voice is the next generation cellular call quality, and by all accounts, it really does make a difference. As noted by PC Mag:[read full article]

T-Mobile Revamps Helicopter Commercial To Take Shot At AT&T Voice Quality

T-Mobile’s revamped a commercial originally debuting this past December with an opportunity to take a shot at AT&T’s voice quality at the end. The commercial itself is unchanged as we watch Carly fly around the country with lots of pink lighting going up in the background. It’s the tail end of the commercial that caught our attention as the new tagline hits at AT&T. What do you think? Is AT&T voice quality second place to T-Mobile? … [read full article]

T-Mobile First Carrier To Announce Nationwide HD Voice Network, Dramatically Improves Call Quality

T-Mobile’s announcing the availability of brand new HD voice enhancements now available on their network nationwide, beginning today. HD Voice “dramatically improves in-call voice quality for customers with capable smartphones.” T-Mobile says customers will hear a more “true-to-life” call experience and more “natural-sound.” To experience HD voice, both parties on a call must be using a capable T-Mobile 4G smartphone, which includes the HTC One S, Nokia Astound and Samsung Galaxy S III. … [read full article]