How to Enable WiFi Calling on Your iPhone
Matt Cone February 4, 2021 Tutorials iPhone
If you live in an area with little to no cellular coverage, you might want to enable the WiFi Calling feature on your iPhone. This feature allows you to make and receive phone calls using your WiFi network instead of your service provider’s cellular network. The quality of your phone calls may improve after you enable the WiFi Calling feature.
Here’s how to enable the WiFi Calling feature on your iPhone:
From your iPhone’s home screen, tap Settings.
Tap Wi-Fi Calling.
Move the Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone switch to the on position to enable Wi-Fi calling.
Optionally tap Update Emergency Address to save your home address. Emergency services can use this address and your iPhone’s location to locate you if you call for help.
Congratulations! You’ve enabled WiFi Calling on your iPhone. Now when you’re connected to a WiFi network and you make or receive a phone call, the phone call will be over the WiFi network instead of your service provider’s cellular network.
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