Make your mobile network ready for 5G voice

April 13, 2021

Voice is still the king of communication in a 5G world and there will be even more consumer and enterprise use cases developed where high-quality voice and communication services experiences are crucial.

5G voice is the regular mobile phone call service that service providers offers on 5G smartphones. This may sound very basic, and from a user point of view it is, you make voice calls on your new 5G devices like you have always done on your mobile phone. But for a service provider, there are a lot of mobile network evolution aspects to consider behind the scene, to secure a high-quality mobile voice service everywhere. To enable service provider voice calls on 5G smartphones and other 5G devices, the network infrastructure used for 4G voice (VoLTE) today will also be used to enable 5G voice calls.

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