All 4 major phone carriers (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint) now have Wi-Fi calling. The main benefit of this new feature is to assist customers with better connections when making calls from indoors or areas where the cellular connection is inconsistent. This feature is available on the following devices:
To activate this feature on iPhone: Settings
- iPhone 6 (and above)
- Samsung Galaxy 7, J3, J7 (and above)
- Google Pixel, XL / 2 / 2XL, and Nexus 6P
- Samsung Note8
- LG G5, G6, V20, V30, K10, K20, and X Venture (and above)
- Moto Z / Z2
> Wi-Fi Calling
Note: You may be prompted to answer some questions to complete the set-up.
To activate this feature on Android: Settings > Wireless > Wi-Fi Calling
If you need assistance or are unsure whether or not your phone has WiFi Calling, or how to activate it, please visit the service desk.
*Wi-Fi calling will be most successful if you remain in one general location. For example, beginning a call using Wi-Fi calling and then moving away from the area with a Wi-Fi signal may result in a dropped call. For additional help or questions, please contact the EIT Service Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Author: Ashlee Sappingfield