Since first coming to the table two years ago, Sprints HD voice has been placed on the back burner. It’s already available in a couple locations, but it is only now that the carrier has announced their plans to make it available nationwide. According to Sprint CEO Dan Hesse, subscribers all over the country should be able to enjoy clearer voice calls “around the first of July”. This of course is if you’re using HD Voice-compatible devices to talk to people who are also using such devices.
Sprint’s HD Voice promises “crystal clear calls” by cancelling background noise and delivering more natural-sounding voices. From the time it was introduced in 2012, though, rival carriers AT&T and T-Mobile have already come up with their own versions.