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2 responses to “AT&T and Verizon Introduce One Voice Standard for Voice/SMS Over LTE”

  1. Jan

    The terminology is wrong in the article. VoLGA is not a standard, it is an industry specification which was rejected by 3GPP. One Voice is not a standard, it is a profile selecting an initial subset of the functionality in the 3GPP standards. Therefore 3GPP will not have to adopt or approve the One Voice profile. One Voice is not competing with CS Fallback, CS Fallback is a feature used for providing voice via the legacy CS network before the One Voice profile is implemented in the IP networks (LTE).

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