This week, Vodafone New Zealand announced it had more than 400,000 customers that had “access” to HD voice service on its network – assuming HD voice capable phones.
Vodafone launched HD voice service in New Zealand in November 2013 and now boasts it has 21 HD-voice capable devices in its portfolio.
Mobile 3G carrier 2degrees has announced it is now supporting HD voice service in New Zealand.
Phones supported include the Apple iPhone 5 and later versions (5c/5s), various Nokia models, the LG Nexus 4 & 5, HTC One, and Huawei Ascend P6. It looks like the Samsung Galaxy family will be supported via […]
With hundreds of thousands of people registering to access New Zealand government agency services using voice biometrics, better quality mobile voice calls have become a big deal, according to Stuff.co.nz.
Inland Revenue – the Kiwi’s tax bureau – set a goal of signing up 800,000 people to conduct “voice print” identification in the […]
Use of biometric voice ID – a subject the HD Voice News editor-in-chief presented at Black Hat once upon a time – in New Zealand government may encourage mobile carriers to move to HD voice, speculates Waikato Times.
Several New Zealand government agencies are moving ahead of banks in utilizing voice ID to […]