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Just a thought. Yes UMA is "easy" to add. In the network it requires some additional stuff (IPSec etc).

But how much can UMA evolve?

could that be one additional reason why IMS was chosen?

In the end we'll likely have 3G as an IP pipe as well without traditional CS and then people will choose whatever voice bearer they like (IMS, Microsoft Messenger, Skype etc.).

With UMA, they'd still be bound to the operator and their "CS" network.

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Well to close the circle, there's only little work required to modify the UMA Client for Android to use not only a Wi-Fi network but also an LTE network once Android LTE devices become available.

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