Report: HD voice set to enter the mainstream

HD Voice service is achieving increasing traction with mobile network operators and handset manufacturers, and is on the verge of becoming a mainstream experience, according to a recent report from the Global mobile Suppliers Association (GSA). The GSA confirmed that 83 operators have commercially launched HD Voice services on mobile networks in 61 countries. The number of mobile operators now providing HD Voice service is 84 per cent higher than a year ago. HD Voice service is widely available on mobile networks in all regions of the world, the GSA noted. In addition, the number of HD Voice-compatible products has increased by 53 per cent in the last six months, and 245 HD Voice compatible phones have been officially announced by 17 handset makers. Article

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