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Official list of VoWiFi and VoLTE compatible US Carriers for Motorola phones

VoWiFi and VoLTE is something that is the next in line for network providers. This enables high-quality voice calling experience. Besides, the US is already planning in shutting down the previous-gen 3G network in the country. The majority of the American and European countries are now shifting over to the latest technologies like VoWiFi and VoLTE. However, that depends on whether the smartphones from OEMs like Motorola, in the region support VoWiFi and VoLTE on major carriers or not.

For the unaware, VoWiFi and VoLTE are advanced calling technologies. VoLTE, on one hand, uses the high-speed 4G connection to connect calls. This, in turn, enhances the overall voice quality and reduces voice drops. Meanwhile, the VoWiFi makes use of the WiFi network to connect calls. Interestingly, both technologies do not burden the user’s pockets with extra charges. However, one important thing to note is that not all smartphones support VoLTE or VoWIFi.

Thankfully, to make things easier, Motorola has released an official list of carriers that support VoWiFi and VoLTE for Motorola devices. Here is the complete list of carrier networks that support VoWiFi and VoLTE feature in the US for Motorola devices:

  • T-Mobile
    – VoLTE: Yes
    – VoWiFi: Yes

     

  • AT&T
    – VoLTE: Yes
    – VoWiFi: No

     

  • Verizon
    – VoLTE: Yes
    – VoWiFi: No

     

  • Sprint
    – VoLTE: Yes
    – VoWiFi: Yes

As it is evident from the above list, VoWiFi or Voice Over WiFi is not supported by every US carrier network. Notably, AT&T and Verizon do not offer the VoWiFi services on the Motorola devices as of now. So, users would not be able to connect calls using the WiFi network. However, they can make use of the VoLTE to connect calls in high quality. This is not something very major which a software update cannot fix.

With the advancement in technology, carriers are switching over to the latest tech to provide better-calling services for an improved experience. Motorola has updated a bunch of its devices with Android 10. And since Android 11 is on the way, we will keep you posted once Motorola starts seeding out the Android 11 updates for its phones.

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