What is the full form of Volte
Volte: Voice over Long Term Evolution
Volte stands for Voice over Long Term Evolution (LTE). It is a standards-based technology that is developed to support voice calls over an LTE network. It delivers high-quality voice communication, video calls, messaging services, and data over 4G wireless network or 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks for mobile and portable devices.
It defines the standards and procedures for delivering voice communication and data over 4G LTE networks. When you make a call using VoLTE supported phone, the voice goes over the carrier's high-speed data network instead of its voice network. Thus, it offers superior call quality, faster call connectivity, and ability to use voice and high-speed data at the same time. However, you need to use a phone that supports VolTE, in an area with 4G LTE service, and the person on the other end must also have the same facilities.
How VoLTE Works?
In VoLTE the call is carried over the IP network provided by the 4G network. It uses your 4G data connectivity to send data packets for voice calls, e.g., when you make calls using the internet like whatsup call, skype call, etc.
VoLTE allows carrying voice traffic using IP packets over the IP network (IP to IP based network). It carries your call as a stream of IP packets over data connections. So, it primarily works on IP-based networks and only supports packet switching.
Benefits of VoLTE: