HD Voice (or High-Definition Voice), provides a significant upgrade to the sound quality of communications. Making use of wideband technology and further acoustical enhancements on phones, users experience deeper clarity, intelligently reduced background noise and a feeling that the person they are talking to is right next to them.
Listen to this sound file and experience for yourself how HD Voice can improve the quality of voice calls.
HD Voice enables operators and terminal manufacturers to clearly differentiate their service and products, by offering with high quality voice calls on mobile and fixed terminal networks.
It is far better for the industry to support one HD Voice logo, that can become a universally recognised symbol which easily identifies HD Voice enabled services and devices, across both mobile and fixed networks. These include:
- Mobile networks and/or terminals with GSM/UMTS/LTE
- Mobile networks and/or terminals with CDMA2000
- Fix terminals with support of CAT-iq.
- Companies that provide complementing services, e.g. testing
Please review the Minimum Requirements document, that is relevant to your organisation, to easily identify networks and terminals that are eligible to use the logo.
Find out more how operators and vendors can benefit from using the logo.
Join the multiple operators and vendors that are already using the logo and offering a crystal clear service for their customers, including:
Deutsche Telekom AG
France Telecom S.A. (Orange)
Hong Kong Telecommunications (HKT) Ltd
Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd
Koninklijke KPN N.V.
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
Smart Communications, Inc.
Societe Francaise du Radiotelephone – SFR
Sony Mobile Communications
TCT Mobile Ltd
TMN – Telecomunicações Móveis Nacionais, S.A.
Further companies that are supporting the use of the HD Voice logo and have signed a “marketing only” licence agreement include AETA Audio, Audience Inc, Broadcom Corporation, CTTL, HEAD Acoustics Gmbh, iBasis, Mycom, ST Ericsson and TMC.
There is no charge associated with using the logo. For more information, about the logo and how to become a Licensee please download the HD Voice Logo Usage Guidelines and FAQs.
If your organisation would like to use the logo, please review the Minimum Requirements document, that is relevant to your organisation, then download and sign the HD Voice Licence Agreement and return to Monique Cormier (Associate General Counsel) at email@example.com. Once the Licence Agreement has been signed and received in digital format, the artwork files can be emailed. However, we do also do request the return of signed hardcopy originals.
If your organisation would like to use the logo for marketing complementary services, e.g. testing, please download and sign the Marketing only – HD Voice Licence Agreement and return to Monique Cormier (Associate General Counsel) at firstname.lastname@example.org
For general Marketing related questions, please contact Alastair Ames (Director of Marketing) at email@example.com
For press and media related enquiries, please contact Claire Cranton (Media Relations Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also visit HD Voice News for latest updates.