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  # 2321929 21-Sep-2019 13:27
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I manually updated my 6s to IOS 13 today and activated it. 

 

https://www.spark.co.nz/help/mobile-data/plans-services/high-definition-voice/


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  # 2322029 21-Sep-2019 17:38
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DjShadow:

 

Found this setting after updating to iOS 13 this morning, the option is off by default so everyone will have to go looking for this setting if they want to use it.

 

2degrees also has the same setting but there is a warning saying the network has not been certified by the carrier for Vo4G on iphone

 

 

Saw that warning when looking around for this option. Is it safe to turn on (Spark/Skinny)?


 
 
 
 


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  # 2322031 21-Sep-2019 17:41
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Last I checked that warning won't be there on spark.




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  # 2322032 21-Sep-2019 17:41
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hio77: Last I checked that warning won't be there on spark.


Only on 2degrees it looks like

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  # 2322035 21-Sep-2019 17:45
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Linux:
hio77: Last I checked that warning won't be there on spark.


Only on 2degrees it looks like

Not to sure I can share much more than say the verification phase is a painful process and has short time lines.

2d may not have been able to complete in that time...
I expect they will fix it up in time :)

I kinda feel apples way of dealing with volte is a little harsh. And software is poorly timed.




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  # 2322106 21-Sep-2019 18:52
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Hmm. I get the warning with Skinny. I'd have imagined Skinny would = Spark for these purposes?


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  # 2322110 21-Sep-2019 19:07
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I don't even have the option on Skinny with iOS 13...


 
 
 
 


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  # 2322120 21-Sep-2019 19:33
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aspett:

Hmm. I get the warning with Skinny. I'd have imagined Skinny would = Spark for these purposes?



Skinny is in the works, Spark only for now.




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  # 2322455 22-Sep-2019 08:48
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@Spark/Skinny techs, Is VoLTE only enabled on SIM cards or ph numbers in phones and excluded from data card devices ?, Only reason I ask is we have 3 iPhones 11 pro, X and a 7 the 11 pro and 7 have VoLTE but the X does not all are on IOS 13. All numbers are 027 numbers ported to Skinny 4+ years ago the iphone 7 has a ex data card phone number. I tried a new SIM card in the 7 which did not work.... ?


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  # 2322457 22-Sep-2019 08:53
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It's not SIM card related VoLTE is provisioned against the MSISDN / number and the feature also has to be enabled on the serving cell

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  # 2322459 22-Sep-2019 09:02
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Linux: It's not SIM card related VoLTE is provisioned against the MSISDN / number and the feature also has to be enabled on the serving cell

 

 

 

Cheers Linux, looks like I will need to ring Skinny and or new number :)


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  # 2322460 22-Sep-2019 09:02
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For Spark it’s enabled on ALL our 4G network.




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  # 2322462 22-Sep-2019 09:04
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1yippy1:

Linux: It's not SIM card related VoLTE is provisioned against the MSISDN / number and the feature also has to be enabled on the serving cell


 


Cheers Linux, looks like I will need to ring Skinny and or new number :)



As above Skinny + iPhone VoLTE is not ready yet. No point calling in if that’s the one that’s not working on VoLTE - hold tight - it is in the works.




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  # 2322463 22-Sep-2019 09:05
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1yippy1:

Linux: It's not SIM card related VoLTE is provisioned against the MSISDN / number and the feature also has to be enabled on the serving cell


 


Cheers Linux, looks like I will need to ring Skinny and or new number :)



@1yippy1 pointless calling it's in trial just wait

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  # 2322464 22-Sep-2019 09:06
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gajan:
1yippy1:

 

Linux: It's not SIM card related VoLTE is provisioned against the MSISDN / number and the feature also has to be enabled on the serving cell

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheers Linux, looks like I will need to ring Skinny and or new number :)

 



As above Skinny + iPhone VoLTE is not ready yet. No point calling in if that’s the one that’s not working on VoLTE - hold tight - it is in the works.

 

 

 

Ok cheers gajan :)


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