1. jaleelhamid's Avatar
    I have never seen this before but I was in toronto a major city in Ontario, Canada and I noticed my phone picked up LTE+ my samsung s5 never picked this up
    04-23-2015 10:48 PM
  2. dpham00's Avatar
    Does your carrier have carrier aggregation?

    Sent from my Pearly White Verizon Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge
    04-24-2015 12:50 AM
  3. jaleelhamid's Avatar
    Idk what that means lol
    04-24-2015 01:08 AM
  4. GWaLL13's Avatar
    I believe what you're seeing is a signal to pick up HD voice calling. On the U.S networks its seen as VoLTE. Personally I disabled this feature due to battery drain and dropped calls.

    Via the Android Central App on my S6 Edge
    04-24-2015 08:13 AM
  5. jaleelhamid's Avatar
    Oh ok it's just that my carrier doesn't have HD calling yet
    04-24-2015 11:17 AM
  6. jimlloyd40's Avatar
    It's advanced LTE.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    04-24-2015 01:22 PM
  7. jaleelhamid's Avatar
    Oh ol thanks
    04-24-2015 01:33 PM
  8. bizdudePB's Avatar
    I think the response about "carrier aggregation" is on the right track. LTE is the latest technology and can do voice and data simultaneously and has high data speeds. But traffic is limited to one "band" that the phone and carrier supports. LTE+ I think allows the carrier to combine (i.e. aggregate) more than one band to increase the data you can receive. My BlackBerry Priv on Bell shows LTE+, while my wife's Priv on Rogers only shows LTE. So technically I should get more data throughput.

    That still might not be true since if her LTE single "band" is broader than the combined narrow bands on my phone, she might still get more data.

    Basically, LTE+ is a good thing to see on your phone.
    07-09-2016 02:13 PM
  9. wickedsoul87's Avatar
    I think the response about "carrier aggregation" is on the right track. LTE is the latest technology and can do voice and data simultaneously and has high data speeds. But traffic is limited to one "band" that the phone and carrier supports. LTE+ I think allows the carrier to combine (i.e. aggregate) more than one band to increase the data you can receive. My BlackBerry Priv on Bell shows LTE+, while my wife's Priv on Rogers only shows LTE. So technically I should get more data throughput.

    That still might not be true since if her LTE single "band" is broader than the combined narrow bands on my phone, she might still get more data.

    Basically, LTE+ is a good thing to see on your phone.
    Best explanation! 👌 Thank you!
    09-29-2016 05:46 PM

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