If you're one of the proud owners of the newly launched Apple iPhone 6 on Verizon, here is some good news: you'll now be able to talk and access data simultaneously, thanks to support for Voice over LTE (VoLTE), which allows users to make a voice call over the LTE network instead of the traditional voice network.
Advanced Calling, as Verizon calls it, is now available on the new iPhones, along with the Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G2. In order to set up your iPhone to use the service, go to Settings -> Cellular -> Enable LTE, and tap Voice & Data.
In addition, the upgrade also brings HD Voice, a technology that enhances the quality of a call by delivering clearer, natural-sounding audio. Although the service is completely free, it'll only work when both parties on the call have an HD-Voice-capable phone, have the feature enabled, and are connected to the Verizon 4G LTE network.
To enable HD Voice, load your My Verizon page, head to the Change Features section, click Add next to the HD Voice feature, click Next at the bottom of the page, and follow the onscreen prompts to finish adding HD Voice to your account. Once done, restart your phone to begin using the feature.