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Airtel Uganda Outs New Call Service

Airtel Uganda Outs New Call Service

A week into July, Airtel Uganda introduced VoLTE (Voice over LTE) on its 5G-Ready Network. With VoLTE’s launch, all customers of the telecommunications company having compatible gadgets could make clear calls on the 4G network.

This, according to executives is because the call traffic is carried on the LTE network infrastructure.

VoLTE automatically enables High Definition for a clearer voice call experience with the same call rates as any other normal call.

“We continue to challenge ourselves, and innovate,” said Airtel Uganda Managing Director, Manoj Murali.

He added saying the service is an innovation aimed at allowing customers to make and receive high-quality voice calls without any disruption to their 4G (LTE) browsing experiences.

Apparently, users can experience the technology once they acquire a VoLTE-enabled handset as well as a 4G Sim Card. The user needs to update their mobile device operating system (OS) to enable VoLTE.

When the device of the user has VoLTE enabled, they will experience HD Voice Calls, crystal clear conversations as if efficient multi-tasking, and improved call setup.

In May, Airtel announced a brand new theme, “A Reason to Imagine”. It is aimed at giving its customers an opportunity to do more by harnessing their potential.

The theme is also to deliver relevant solutions that enhance their communication using voice, data, and other services offered.

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