If you happen to have a Samsung Galaxy Mega on Sprint then read closely but this will be of interest to you. The carrier today released a software update for this big device. Folks who have one on Sprint can now take advantage of some of the features that the carrier has been touting recently, including but not limited to Wi-Fi calling and HD Voice.

The NJ1 update for Sprint Galaxy Mega adds support for the HD Voice Icon. Furthermore it brings support for international Wi-Fi calling. It was back in August when Sprint released the first international Wi-Fi calling update for the Galaxy S4.

The international Wi-Fi calling feature on Sprint allows the carrier’s subscribers to call back to the U.S., Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands from anywhere in the world for no charge at all, they simply need to connect to a Wi-Fi network and then start chatting away. Galaxy Mega users on Sprint can now take advantage of this feature when they go out to explore the world.

Some important security patches from Google are also included in this update, so if not for HD Voice and ability to call home through Wi-Fi for free, update to protect your device against potential attacks. The update is rolling out now and should land on all supported Galaxy Mega units shortly.

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