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What is the difference between VoIP and VoLTE?

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What is the difference between VoIP and VoLTE?
posted Nov 14, 2014 by anonymous

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VoIP is a generic term whenever voice is transferred over IP layer  while VoLTE is a specific term when voice is transferred using LTE network.

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Difference between VoIP and VoLTE is
1. VoIP does not guarantee QoS but VoLTE provides QoS guarantee.
2. VoIP does not required support/enhancement in LTE n/w but VoLTE requires support in LTE network(eNB and core network/IMS).
3. VoIP does not requires GBR bearer but VoLTE requires dedicated GBR bearer of QCI 1 for voice and QCI 2 for video.

answer Nov 17, 2014 by Veer Pal Singh Yadav
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*voice over internet protocol is used in 3g network.
*packet switching.
*advanced from voip.
*Now its used in 5G technology in america.
*volte is applied in APPLE I PHONE.
*very fast compared to voip and some of the features is enabled in volte.

answer Nov 15, 2014 by Sridharan P
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Let me put the context first -
Sometime back Airtel (fourth largest operator in the world with total 300m+ subscribers) has announced that VoIP calls (skype, sip etc) would be charged higher then normal data access to discourage the data usage for Voice.

Now all of us know net-neutrality is not the reality but was it fair, what would be the long term impact of this on call rate, telecom sector profitability etc.

(by the way they have roll backed the plan but legally they can roll out anytime as net neutrality is only for the wire-line infrastructure by law)

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