See and hear the benefits of HD Voice and Video Calling today. If you have a compatible phone, add it with just a couple of clicks at no additional cost. It's simple to call and simple to use on Verizon’s 4G LTE network.Learn how to turn on HD Voice and Video Calling
Experience natural-sounding calls when both phones are HD Voice-enabled and connected to the Verizon LTE network.
HD Voice is available in Verizon markets across the country, to help you connect anywhere.
HD Voice is billed like regular voice calls.
Making a video call is easy. It's even easier to switch between HD Voice and Video Calling. Just press a button.
Not quite camera-ready? Try One-Way Video Calling to see your friends or family on the other end. If you just aren't able to share yourself, yet.
Video Calling is built into the calling experience. It just requires HD Voice and uses your existing mobile number. For Android™ smartphone users, it delivers a Video Calling experience you’ve been missing.
Welcome to next-level multitasking. Now, you can surf the web, continue a download, and use an app to shop or read a review all while on a call.
Now you can stay connected anywhere. Just enable the feature on a Wi-Fi Calling capable device and make calls wherever there’s a Wi-Fi connection.
A: Any Verizon customer with a compatible phone and a postpaid calling plan is eligible. Please note that the following features are currently incompatible with HD Voice: Caller Name ID, Ringback Tones, and Slacker Radio Tones. Additional incompatible features apply for Business and Government customers. Business customers may need to contact their company's Verizon Wireless account administrator to add Advanced Calling to their line at no addition cost.
A: Customers who add HD Voice and have a Video Calling-capable phone are eligible for Video Calling. Currently, this feature is not supported on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and Nexus 6.
See full FAQ for additional questions.