With the 3G network shutdown getting closer and closer, now, more than ever, using VoLTE is not an option, but a necessity. Voice over LTE (VoLTE) is not only a new-fashioned thing but a technology that will offer several benefits to your mobile phone connection. Read how you can enable VoLTE on your Android device in this article!
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The 3G shutdown is around the corner, which means you need your phone to operate through the newer and faster 4G/LTE network. This can only be achieved by using Voice over LTE (VoLTE), which is also known as Enhanced 4G LTE, or HD calling. Although most newish Android devices will easily connect through the LTE network, there are a few models that will need a little push to make this happen.
With our Bring Your Own Phone (BYOP) option, you can easily get Tello Mobile service on your current device, in no time.
No need to sweat about it. Chances are your device is compatible, and your wallet could use the savings.
Tello Mobile has switched to GSM. It’s a big deal. Our fantastically affordable phone plans stayed the same and new cool features were added. Things like Wi-Fi Calling, full VoLTE support, 5G, international calls included for free in any Tello phone plan with minutes are just a few of the good things that were added to our services these past few months. Updates on the GSM migration process, coming right up!
Why is my phone not accepted at Tello? If when Bringing Your Own Phone you get an “Oops” message or something about an unresolved issue, here’s what to do.
If you want to bring your device to Tello but you’re alerted that you have a phone with service limitations, you can still use it, but you must consider the following.
Most iPhones work on Tello, and most iPhone owners could use the savings. However, there are a few things that you need to check to make sure your iPhone is compatible with Tello.