How to Enable VoLTE on any Samsung Galaxy phone

In this tutorial, we will show you how to enable VoLTE on any Samsung Galaxy phone. Voice over LTE is the process of routing the calls via the 4G LTE network, rather than the normal carrier network. This comes with quite a lot of benefits. To begin with, you will experience much a better calling experience, be it voice or video calls. The signal will also be much more consistent in such cases. Furthermore, since it uses the LTE data spectrum, it uses a higher spectrum (like the 800MHz spectrum) than compared with a 2G or 3G network.

There is another pretty nifty benefit of this feature. Earlier if you were in the middle of a call, then you might not be able to use your device internet. But now, as the call is already been held over an LTE network, you could easily use your 4G LTE network and browse the net while being in a call. With so many associated advantages, it is no doubt you wish to try it out. In that regard, here are the required instructions to enable VoLTE on your Samsung Galaxy phone. Follow along.

How to Enable VoLTE on any Samsung Galaxy phone

How to Enable VoLTE on any Samsung Galaxy Phone

Before we list out the steps to enable this feature, there are a few requirements that you need to make a note of. To begin with, your Samsung device needs to have this feature built-in. Fortunately, most of the Galaxy devices released in the last four-five years have this feature. The next requirement is that your carrier network also has to support this functionality.

You will have to check with your carrier that whether or not they support this feature in your region. For example, in India, Reliance Jio,  Airtel, and Vodafone Idea are known to support Voice over LTE. On that note, if your device satisfies both these requirements, then you may proceed ahead to enable VoLTE on your Samsung Galaxy phone.

  1. Head over to the Settings page on your galaxy device.
  2. Then go to the Connections section.
    connections
  3. Scroll to the Mobile network section.
    mobile network
  4. Within that, you should see the VoLTE Calls option. Just enable the toggle and that’s it.
    volte samsung galaxy

With this, we conclude the guide on how to enable VoLTE on any Samsung Galaxy phone. If you still have any doubts concerning the above steps, do let us know in the comments section. We would also like to hear your opinion about this feature in the comments. Rounding off, here are some iPhone Tips and TricksPC tips and tricks, and Android Tips and Trick that you should check out as well.

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Comments

  1. I have a Samsung Galaxy A71 5G (SM-A716U) originally in operation with T-Mobile. It does not have the VoLTE switch described above. Is this something that can be corrected with a factory unlock?

  2. I have the Samsung GalaxyA10e/A20 phone using Consumer Cellular service. My phone shows it is 4g and I was told it would work with the new 5g. However, I got a text from Consumer indicating that I needed to adjust my phone to VOLTE. I have followed directions and my phone does not show VOLTE as an option under Mobile Connections. I am also told that my phone is using a 3g tower. Is there anything I can do to this phone to be able to use it. At this time I can not receive or make a call.

  3. I HAVE A SAMSUNG A8 2018 SM-A530F/DS, which comes up as VOLTE CAPABLE ON EVERY LIST THAT I HAVE SEARCHED on the internet, yet it doesn’t seem to have this option when I open the network selections. Further it stopped accepting calls today. So I’m left to conclude that all these VOLTE phone list are not correct. How do I know which list to trust when shopping for a new phone now?

  4. In December 2021 I purchased an unlocked Verizon Galaxy S7 and my understanding is that Verizon sim was VoLTE capable. In any event this S7 does not have VoLTE as an option. It has Global, lte/cdma and lte/gsm/umts as the only options available for mobile network. So now six months later I have to buy another phone because of this VoLTE.

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