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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by jsf721, Oct 28, 2014.
Is this now possible with the iP6?
Yes with caveats:
You must be on LTE.
You must have LTE mode set to Data+Voice.
You cannot switch to 3G mid call - the call will drop - you must stay in LTE service for the duration of the call.
It works great on my 6 and 6 Plus. Now I can finally switch back to Verizon.
Also, it must be turned on/activated both on the phone and on the account. Simple enough through phone's settings and MyVerizon.com
Thank you everyone.
I actually confirmed this feature on my iphone 5. I talked with a vzw rep and she said it will work with any iphone5 or newer with iOS8 --
Have you actually tried it? I don't believe it will work, it should be iPhone 6 only. However, I could be incorrect. I suggest you give it a try if you haven't already.
Yes, I have. that's what I meant by confirmed.
The feature wasn't available w/my iPhone 5 before I traded it in, but it was immediately available w/my iPhone 6. FWIW.
Has worked on my 5S since day one. You just have to be on LTE with data+voice.
It has nothing to do with the phone really, it was a network limitation. When Verizon rolled out LTE, that solved the problem.
Strange, this was not available on either my iPhone 5 or iPhone 5s. I don't assume you are both lying (why would you), but can you take screenshots of being on a call and having LTE showing still in the status bar?
It doesn't work on my 5s. I have no option to activate it on the phone.
I think these guys are either confused or lying.
Everything is false with the above post.
Only works with Verizon on iPhone 6 and 6 plus.
It has everything to do with the phone.
You guys are actually correct and I recant my comments. I was connected to wifi.... My bad.
Da flake indeed.
LOL, was an honest mistake. Just joined Verizon a few months ago and learning their nuances.
CDMA is the limitation and the way I understand it (now) is that when a call is made, the phone actually rolls back to CDMA as LTE (not VoLTE) is data only. Please correct me if I am wrong. The iPhone6 can use VoLTE which is why it can do both...
No worries. We've all been there. Just thought it was funny considering your username.
There are people who are far more versed and knowledgable than I, but as I understand it, with VOLTE they just have the voice & the date both going over LTE, but the voice isn't counted against your data.
It was chosen for a very specific reason!
Works on any phone that's compatible with Verizon's Advanced Calling Feature
I would imagine that the poster meant it only works w/the iPhone 6 in regards to iPhones, but I could be wrong.
I stand corrected. It does NOT work on my iphone 5... I was connected to wifi -- good catch.
It takes a big man to admit it.
Glad we got it cleared up for everyone.
We're talking about the iphone bud, in an iphone forum.
I don't think anyone care's if LG's or Samsungs can do it in this discussion. But thanks for over clarifying it
You're making statements that are incomplete/untrue regardless of forum, and I'm not your bud.
Apology accepted. Sucks to be you.
"in context" or "connotation" =/= "untrue"
"Sucks to be you"? Now there's a quality pre-pubescent burn.