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video call without internet | VoLTE Support

how to make direct video call without internet through VoLTE Support: Hello friends, you must have made video calls to someone or the other through WhatsApp, IMO and Skype. Do you know that you can make direct video call without internet and app. If you do not want to know about it, then you must read this post.

To make direct video calls without internet, you must have at least 3G or 4G SIM and 3G, 4G network coverage in your area. With this you have 3G then 4G.

But in this method we will tell you about direct video call from Jio 4G VoLTE SIM to another Jio VoLTE SIM. If you have a 4G mobile, and it has got VoLTE support, then you can make video calls without using data.

If your phone is 4G only, it does not support VoLTE, then you will have to download and install Jio4GVoice app from Playstore. But to make video call from jio4gvoice app you need mobile data.

Note:- If you have a 3G phone, you can make video calls without internet. But there should be two suitable 3G phones with 3G network. Will it be deducted from your balance for video call?

So, without taking much time, let it go. How to make mobile direct video call without internet.

how to make video call without internet

1. First of all, open the dialer of your 4G VoLTE phone and enter the mobile number.

Note:- You can make video calls from Jio SIM only on Jio 4G SIM. I tried to make video call on other network but video call from other network is not connected.

2. Now, enter your number in the dialer.

3. After entering the number, you will see the option of ‘Make Video Call’, click on us.

If you want to convert an ongoing voice call to a video call, you will see an icon of Camera on the screen. You can click us to convert voice call  to video call.

If your phone doesn’t have VoLTE support, you can do the same thing by downloading Jio4GVoice Android app. All 3G and 4G phones have this video calling feature. All you need is a 3G sim with 3G network area for work, to make video calls.

So friends, now you can also make video calls with your friends and relatives, calling is free in QK Jio. So you can enjoy Free Me Unlimited Video Calls without any extra cost. If you make such video calls from any other network, then money will be deducted from your balance.

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video call without internet in jio phone

Things you need :

  1. JIO network on both the device the caller and the receiver.
  2. Android Phone with VOLTE support on for both caller and receiver.

How to do ?

  1. Call as normally you do.
  2. Now click on the Video Call option been displayed after the call is connected.
  3. The other person will get a Pop Up display to switch to Video.
  4. Ask the other person to click OK button.
  5. That’s it! Simple isn’t it.
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Now you are on Video call mode that too without Internet.

video call without internet in Xiomi / MI phone.

  • They give feature of video call in default dialer.
  • I do video call without internet from jio to jio.
  • most of phones default driver have not this provision.
  • u have to depend on any app, which require internet too.

Which is the best video calling app that uses less data?

Originally Answered: Is there any video calling app that consumes very little data?
First of all I will tell you ‘How does video calling work?’ I would like to tell something about (Go to the end if you have already.)

*Since you are asking this question, I think it is safe to assume that you are using cellular data on a video call.

Let’s say you are on a video call with your friend. Now your phone’s camera records your video and sends it to the server. The video is then downloaded by your friend’s phone on the other end, and played (displayed) on his screen. Then the same thing happens with their phone as well. His phone records his video and sends it to you. All this is happening in real time. Or near real time. So there is little or (sometimes) no time lag between sending and receiving.

Now the important part. How these apps optimize your calls to ensure less data usage and also that your calls go smoothly.

They reduce the quality of the video. This is why video sometimes (or mostly, depending on your network) appears jagged or heavily pixelated.
They reduce the speed of the video, that is, frames per second. This is why your friend on the other end (or at most, depending on your network) seems to be stuck in one place; In such situations the fps gets really low, like 1-2.
They reduce the quality of the voice. That’s why your friend’s voice will sometimes (or mostly, depending on your network) sound distorted or broken.
Hence, low data consumption compromises the call quality. Some apps like Skype and Google Hangouts refuse to compromise, meaning they compress calls only to a certain extent, while others are more lenient. That means Skype and Hangouts are not if you want to save data.

IMO, apps like Tango, ooVoo and a few others are almost on par.

Here is your answer: There doesn’t exist any app that consumes ‘very’ little data. But that doesn’t mean you can’t save as much as you can with whatever app you’re using. This is what you can do:

  1. Before making a video call, restrict your system to use only 3G or even 2G, if the coverage is good. This will force the app (any app) to reduce the quality of the video and voice and hence reduce the data consumption.
  2. You can also try using OperaMax, a free data consumption and management app. Although I haven’t personally tested this with video calls, I know for certain that it will have no effect on apps that use data encryption. So, if you can get your hands on an app that works with OperaMax, that’s your luck.
  3. If you have an iPhone or iPad, use FaceTime. It is great with optimizations and surprisingly, actually uses less data considering the quality of the video. Cat! I have used it with 2G also. But caution: Use FaceTime only after you’ve limited your network to 3G or 2G, or it will default to the best quality and you’ll be burning out of your data plan in no time. The only drawback is that the other person must also have an iOS device. How Much Data Does a FaceTime Call Use?

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