Orange, Britain’s third leading mobile phone operator has said that it would launch high definition voice calls in 2010, which will provide its customers with crystal clear sound quality.
Orange promised that the new technology would make callers feel as if they are actually in the same room.
Commenting on the topic, Orange said, “With its crystal clear, superior sound quality, Orange's introduction of HD Voice will herald a new era for mobile communications and a new standard for the telecoms industry.”
In addition, the new technology will sieve background noise to make calling clearer.
However, customers will require new phones with HD technology compatibility. The company is working with the handset producers to develop devices that are compatible with the new technology.
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