Wi-Fi Calling allows users to make or receive calls over Wi-Fi using their existing device and phone number. In order to use Wi-Fi calling on your device, you need to be connected to a wireless network with download and upload speeds of at least 2 Mbps (megabits per second). Do you want to enable Wi-Fi calling on your iPhone? If so, in this read, you will learn how to turn on Wi-Fi calling on your Apple iPhone.
How to Turn ON Wi-Fi Calling on Your Apple iPhone?
There are many instances when we got no cellular coverage but want to call someone, that’s when Wi-Fi calling comes into the picture and most carriers support Wi-Fi calling for free. In this article, we have added the steps by which you can enable Wi-Fi calling on your Apple device.
Enable Wi-Fi Calling
1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
2. Tap on Phone on the settings page.
3. On the next screen, tap on Wi-Fi Calling under the Calls section (if you are not seeing the option, it means your carrier does not support the feature).
4. Turn on the toggle next to Wi-Fi calling on This iPhone.
5. Confirm it by tapping on Enable button.
Done, you have successfully enabled the feature on your device. Now, based on your region, there might be some additional steps you need to follow like confirming your address for emergency services.
Once the feature is enabled and there is no Wi-Fi network, then your phone will automatically switch to the cellular network to make calls.
So, these are the steps by which you can enable Wi-Fi calling on your Apple iPhone. I hope you find this article helpful; if you did, share it with your friends and family.
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