BmkAsus is not a small company, you're right. But Asus also is not the "typical" phone manufacturer which does not sell volumes of mobile devices compared to Sony, Samsung, Apple etc. So as explained by Anders would make alot of sense.
I have been listening to these lies by asus for years I even contacted their vp office in US
Asus is not small by any means its one of well known companies in USA
Small companies like zte (how many of them even know it), BLU who sell phones at 100 usd are selling phone so this argument of small and big companies itself is false one
So how can a company sell 900 usd phones which doesn't feature basic phone service? So you /they want money but okay we will update volte when we get a chance (it's been year if you consider product cycle as Rog3 is being released and we have same problem) rog did not have it rog2 doesn't have it
So why sell phones in a region when you cannot promise customers with connectivity options in 2020
Asus doesn't consider usa as their primary Market then they shouldn't sell phones and fool customers
long.greggMay be worth contacting support and seeing what they see, this may push them to really work hard on VoLTE.
So yesterday I got an email from ATT telling me that my phone does not support their new networks - which while they did not explain it in the email but it has to be the shutdown of 3G and requiring VoLTE. They said I will need a new phone soon or I will be unable to make calls. So this phone isn't even a year old. There are four year old flip phones that have VoLTE. Asus needs to spend what ever money needed to update the ROG 2 on AT&T and T-Mobile to support VoLTE. Either that or they should offer a full refund to owners. This seems like grounds for a class action lawsuit to me based on a violation of the implied Warranty of Merchantability