Three has launched 4G Super-Voice, a network enhancement which promises its customers improved mobile coverage while indoors and in rural locations.
4G Super-Voice is actually VoLTE (Voice over LTE), and has been made possible by the implementation of the network's 800MHz spectrum. This low frequency spectrum is better at penetrating buildings and can travel greater distances - meaning it can reach into areas of the countryside currently not touched by the network.
It also means you phone won't have to fall back to the 3G network every time you're on a voice call, keeping you on the speedy 4G service at all times.
The new enhancement has already been rolled out to three quarters of London, Edinburgh, Exeter and Birmingham, and Three plans to have 65% of the nation covered by the end of the year.
Next on the 4G Super-Voice hit list are Cardiff, Manchester, Liverpool and Bristol, with the service starting to roll to these areas out now.
In fact Galaxy S5 owners should already have the update, and you may have already experienced VoLTE and not even realised it.
This comes off the back of both EE and Vodafone launched Wi-Fi Calling smarts this year, allowing you phone to make and receive phone calls and text messages via a Wi-Fi network.
Three technically also supports this with its InTouch app (as does O2 with the TuGo app), although implementation is no where near as seamless as its Wi-Fi Calling rivals.
Vodafone, EE and O2 have all talked about launching VoLTE services in the future, and now Three is out of the gates you can expect the others to follow suit soon.
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