One of the biggest fears about purchasing an ROG Phone II is that it lacks VoLTE, which means that it will cease functioning as a phone in the United States when 3G is taken down around 2020-2021. Consumers purchase this device expecting to at least be able to call and text since it is, after all, a phone. My question now is: if ROG Phone II is unable to support VoLTE by the time carriers shut down 3G, will ASUS allow us to trade in the ROG Phone II for a heavily discounted ROG Phone III or ROG Phone IV which are likely to support VoLTE in the future? It's only fair to take responsibility if we are being sold a $900 product only for it to last less than two years. P.S. It isn't only T-Mobile that will stop supporting 3G, ALL major carriers in the United States will, and this phone will become completely useless as a phone in the United States if it fails to support VoLTE in time. There is honestly more pressure on ASUS to support this feature than on AT&T or T-Mobile since they will not lose a single customer because every carrier in the United States are doing this.
The more responses I see from Asus on these forums, the more disguisted I am as a customer. I'm getting off and returning/selling the phone. Just horrible and the staff should be ashamed of themselves.
Yup, ASUS are a joke. I bought a UK phone from the UK ASUS site direct and the 4G doesn't work properly, it doesn't cover all the network provider bands.........wtf......... Their response..........sorry for the inconvenience.