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 12-15-2017 03:44 PM
eprius
 
I have a question regarding VoLTE on the Verizon network. I have been experimenting with VoLTE and turning it off and I have noticed that turning if off seems to keep calls a lot better than VoLTE when signal drops to 1 bar. Most of the time I get 2+bars and VoLTE sounds great, but when you get to those low signal areas I usually drop calls with VoLTE. I can usually carry on a conversation by disabling it. Anyone experience anything different?
 
 12-15-2017 03:53 PM
 kb7qdi
 
I haven't had the same issues that you are having. I've had occasions when audio would cut out a bit in-between towers, but no dropped calls.

If where it happens is consistent, you could let Verizon know. You may not be alone.

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 12-15-2017 04:06 PM
october262 
 
Originally posted by eprius:
I have a question regarding VoLTE on the Verizon network. I have been experimenting with VoLTE and turning it off and I have noticed that turning if off seems to keep calls a lot better than VoLTE when signal drops to 1 bar. Most of the time I get 2+bars and VoLTE sounds great, but when you get to those low signal areas I usually drop calls with VoLTE. I can usually carry on a conversation by disabling it. Anyone experience anything different?
what phone do you have ?? have you tried a different phone. maybe check for a phone update.
 
 12-15-2017 04:52 PM
eprius
 
I have a Note 8 with the latest updates

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 12-15-2017 05:08 PM
CellGeek
 
I constantly have volte with one bar and never drop a call. Phone is iphone 7.
 
 12-15-2017 05:12 PM
 Digital Rules
 
The phone brand doesn't seem to matter much with VoLTE. I have found it to be equally glitchy with Samsung, iPhone & Motorola. I gave up Verizon & switched to ATT & haven't looked back. Quality, reliable voice & simultaneous data are now a no brainer.

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