Vodafone India today launched its Voice over LTE (VoLTE)-based services in the Kolkata circle, and said the telecom major would extend it across the country in a phased manner over the next few months. Also Read - Fake WhatsApp message claims free internet for three months, don't fall for it
The company has already launched VoLTE services in 12 circles — Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Gujarat, Maharashtra & Goa, Haryana, Keralal, Chennai, UP-East, UP-West, Karnataka and Punjab, it said in a release. Also Read - Vi (Vodafone Idea) is now focusing on growing broadband business with You Broadband
Vodafone India invested Rs 919 crore in the circle in the fiscal year ended March, the release said, but did not elaborate as to how much of it was spent on VoLTE services in the city. Also Read - DoT permits telecom service providers to go ahead with 5G trials
“Vodafone VoLTE is a big step towards enhancing 4G customer experience in Kolkata… As a leading telecom services provider in Kolkata, we have been making significant investments to expand, upgrade our network and to deploy new technologies,” Vodafone Head (Kolkata and ROB), Arvinder Singh Sachdev, was quoted as saying in the release.
This is published unedited from the PTI feed.