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HD calling? How is that possible without lte? Does Roanoke not have this?

 

 

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HD calling? How is that possible without lte? Does Roanoke not have this?

 

 

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Sprint implements HD voice using CDMA. Sprint to Sprint calls with compatible devices can use HD voice. Roanoke is in nTelos land though, so I'm not sure of the status there. You'd be better off asking about that in the nTelos thread.

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Did you try going into the settings on your iPhone, turning wifi calling back on, tapping on "Update Emergency Address", and then on the page check "Remove wifi calling" and then tap done and turn off wifi calling? If you haven't tried that, I would suggest doing that first.

 

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Sorry to dig up an old thread, but I just did the above on a Samsung S7 Edge and it restored my HD Voice calling that I've been missing so much. Does anyone know if Sprint has any plans to fix this? It would be great if I could use HD Voice and WIFI calling. Both are useful features and in some places I need WIFI calling.

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Sorry to dig up an old thread, but I just did the above on a Samsung S7 Edge and it restored my HD Voice calling that I've been missing so much. Does anyone know if Sprint has any plans to fix this? It would be great if I could use HD Voice and WIFI calling. Both are useful features and in some places I need WIFI calling.

For real. It's like no matter what phone I get I find a new problem. Nexus 6P, no WiFi calling. S7, WiFi calling but it's limited to voice only, and turning it on disables HD voice. Boooo. :(

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