Advanced Calling 1.0, a first-generation service suite enabled by Voice over LTE, or VoLTE, technology, is now available on America's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network with XLTE. With Advanced Calling 1.0, there is a clear difference. You will be able to enjoy natural-sounding High-Definition (HD) Voice and a Video Calling* experience that's as simple as making a traditional voice call.Get Advanced Calling 1.0
*The Video Calling feature is not available on all Advanced Calling 1.0 devices
You can be among the first to see and hear the benefits of HD Voice and Video Calling today. Please note, as a first-generation service, your calling experience may differ from your experience today and may include audio issues or dropped calls. You can always manage your experience by adjusting your device settings.
Advanced Calling 1.0 is now available on some of the best devices out there -- and more devices will be added regularly. If you have a compatible phone, add Advanced Calling 1.0 at no additional cost with a couple of clicks.Read the Advanced Calling 1.0 FAQs
Experience natural-sounding calls when both phones are HD Voice-enabled and are connected to the Verizon 4G LTE Network. HD Voice sounds as if the person you're calling is standing right next to you.
Powered by America's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network, HD Voice will be available to you in Verizon markets across the country.
HD Voice will be billed like regular voice calls.
Making a video call will be as simple as making a traditional voice call. And, you will be able to switch from an HD Voice Call to a Video Call or back with the push of a button.
Not quite camera-ready? Try one-way video calling to see the person you are talking to without sharing a video of yourself.
Video Calling is built into the calling experience. No need to download an app or create another username. Video Calling requires HD Voice and uses your existing mobile number.
Q: Who is eligible for Advanced Calling 1.0?
A: Any Verizon customer with a compatible phone and a postpaid calling plan is eligible. Please note that the following feature is currently incompatible with Advanced Calling 1.0: Caller Name ID. Additional incompatible features apply for Business and Government customers.
Q: Who is eligible for the Video Calling feature that is part of Advanced Calling 1.0?
A: Customers who add HD Voice and have a Video Calling-capable phone are eligible for Video Calling. Currently, this Advanced Calling 1.0 feature is not supported on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.
See full FAQ for additional questions.
* Advanced Calling 1.0 Requirements: HD Voice requires both parties to use a Verizon HD Voice-enabled phone on Verizon’s 4G LTE network. Video Calling requires HD Voice and a Video Calling-enabled phone. HD Voice and Video calls are billed like regular voice calls. Data usage also applies to Video Calls. The following features/services are incompatible with Advanced Calling 1.0: prepaid service and Caller Name ID. Additional incompatible features apply for Business and Government customers.