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Sprint set to offer cure for poor wireless voice quality

Due to an editing error, the Computerworld (US) story "Sprint set to offer cure for poor wireless voice quality," posted on Friday, incorrectly explained what needs to happen before Sprint customers can get HD voice to work on the HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone.

The story has been fixed on the wire and the first paragraph now reads:

Sprint announced high-definition voice technology for the new HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone and future phones, although HD Voice will only work once Sprint upgrades its 3G network, a process expected to begin in late 2012 in several cities.


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