Sprint hosting April 29th event, possibly to talk about HD Voice


Looks like Sprint’s putting on a little shindig April 29th, and they’ve dropped an obvious clue as to what the event may entail. The invitation invites attendees to “hear it for yourself,” suggesting this has something to do with audio.

This likely drills down to announcements about HD Voice, which — while already available in select markets — has yet to make as strong of a push as 4G LTE’s footprint. We’re not sure how much of a fuss Sprint would have to put up about HD Voice to put on an entire event about it, but it has to be something pretty significant for Dan Hesse to want to come out and talk about it.

We’ll be circling back around the end of this month to see what all of this is about, so be sure to stay tuned to Phandroid if you want to make sure you’re in-the-know about whatever Sprint is cooking up for the future.

[via Engadget]

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  • Ali Ali

    they should invest their money in other things. no one is complaining about call quality but to each his own. improvement is always welcome

  • Tim Work

    Now we may be able to make a call… Still can’t use data. I did think it was 1983

  • No_Nickname90

    Sprint doesn’t even have unlimited minutes. =.3

    Though with free mobile to mobile and nights and weekends, it doesn’t really matter.

    • Derek Mounce

      yes they do with the framily plan the unlimited mins and text and 1 gb of data is $25 a month if u are in a group with 7 or more

  • UMA_Fan

    The question is will HD Voice work across carriers? T-Mobile has had HD voice for a while and you can rest hear the difference

    • Barry D.

      I doubt it. I’ve had it in Chicago for awhile and it seems like it only works when I talk to other Sprint (or their prepaid carriers) customers.