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July 27, 2017, 11:20 a.m.
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Ellie Donnelly

July 27 2017 12:04 PM

Vodafone Ireland has today announced the successful switch on of VoLTE (Voice over 4G) on its network.

Both VoLTE and VoWiFi (Voice over WiFi) will be made available to customers on the Vodafone network with compatible devices early next year.
The announcement follows the completion of the trial of VoWiFi capability on Vodafone Ireland’s network earlier in 2017.
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Under the VoWifi service customers will soon be able to make and receive calls from even more places in Ireland – all that is required is WiFi.
"Bringing VoLTE and VoWiFito our customers offers an even better voice experience and will be an exciting addition to Vodafone’s offering," Vodafone Ireland's head of networks Max Gasparroni said.
VoLTE is integrated into the phone as a native dialler which means there is no need to use an additional app.
Under the service, Vodafone said that call quality and reliability will improve, users data experience will also improve, the company said.
Vodafone, Ireland’s largest mobile operator, currently has 1,951,000 mobile customers. In addition the company now has 264,000 fixed broadband customers in Ireland.