Airtel recently introduced a VoLTE Beta programme for select countries in India, inviting users to try out the technology and, consequently, avail information benefits. Under the deal, users will qualify for a full of 30GB free data that is divided across three legs – 10GB on downloading and enabling the VoLTE switch, 10GB on supplying comments after the 4th week, and the last 10GB on supplying feedback after the 8th week. Airtel notes that beta users might experience network fluctuations and will be required to share feedback regularly.
The Airtel VoLTE Beta programme is currently available in West Bengal, Odisha, Assam, Kerala, Bihar, Punjab, and Andhra Pradesh. Users prepared to become a component of the programme need to have a VoLTE enabled smartphone, an energetic Airtel 4G SIM, “updated OS software”, and an enabled VoLTE switch. You can check eligibility of your number by clicking here and scrolling to “affirm mobile number”. We tried out an Airtel number enrolled in the Kolkata telecom circle however obtained an instant that “Airtel VoLTE is currently unavailable on your number.”
In accordance with Airtel, its VoLTE technology provides features such as HD voice calling, instant call connect (claimed 3 times quicker than normal calls), and multitasking. Lately established in Kolkata, Airtel currently has VoLTE existence in Mumbai, Maharashtra, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Chhatisgarh, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and Karnataka.
The company’s biggest rival – Reliance Jio’s 4G system is based completely on VoLTE technology whilst Vodafone is stated to roll out VoLTE service in Mumbai, Gujarat, Delhi, Karnataka, and Kolkata in the first stage.