T-Mobile has announced the launch of its Enhanced Voice Services (EVS), in a clear effort to further enhance customer experience, especially with regards to the quality of voice calls. Although EVS is still as of now a patent pending piece of voice technology, the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States obviously views EVS as its next step after its current Voice over LTE (VoLTE) service, now serving as the backbone supporting over 50 percent of all voice calls made by subscribers of T-Mobile.
T-Mobile is claiming to be the first mobile network service provider in the US to roll out EVS. Soon, its subscribers will be able to experience for themselves significantly enhanced reliability of voice calls, even in locations where signals are spotty. Of course, this should translate to lesser instances of dropped calls for the wireless carrier’s users. EVS also promises to bring about higher fidelity voice calls, made possible by its much wider range of audio frequency. HD Voice already delivers top quality call audio, but EVS is looking to provide even more realistic sounding voice calls through the airwaves. Other benefits offered by EVS include improved voice call quality on both LTE and Wi-Fi networks provided by T-Mobile. Moreover, mobile users who own smartphone devices enabled with EVS will certainly experience markedly enhanced voice call quality, even when they trying to contact recipients who own handsets that are not enabled with EVS and on different carriers.
Considering that EVS is a fresh rollout for the wireless carrier, the number of T-Mobile subscribers who can take advantage of the service may be limited for now. As a matter of fact, the only handset that comes with compatibility with this piece of voice call tech is LG’s newest flagship device, the G5. But due to software updates released this week, Samsung’s flagship offerings, the Galaxy S7 and the Galaxy S7 Edge, will now have EVS capability, too.
Of course, T-Mobile will not stop from there. The wireless carrier is also looking to expand EVS access to seven more high profile mobile devices before the end of this year. How long should its subscribers have to wait in order to start experiencing EVS? Well, let us take into account that T-Mobile rolled out its VoLTE service almost a couple of years ago, and this service is now made available in 40 T-Mobile handsets. One can hope that the rollout of the wireless carrier’s EVS will follow the same general timeline.
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