Now turn on Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9 on iPhone and take more leverage of your local Wi-Fi network. May you learned activate Wi-Fi calling in iOS 8. But as of October 8, 2015, Texas (United States) based At&t telecommunication firm added ‘’At&t Wi-fi calling’’ feature to their customers.
Please Note: The Apple said on its site: Only iPhone 5C and later models are compatible for Wi-Fi calling feature.
Know here: What is Wi-Fi calling on iPhone, iPad?
Wi-Fi calling is a generic access network. It’s extends cell voice, data and multimedia called IMS/SIP technology. This technology is opens the door for your iPhone to make and receive call using regular local Wi-Fi network. Since that you don’t need a cellular signal to make or receive call. So definitely your data plan will save.
Good thing is that you can be activate/ turn on Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9 on iPhone without having to add anything to your carrier account. Just you’ve to need slider on Wi-Fi calling on your iPhone. So get here what you’ve to need to begin using Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9 on iPhone. we recommend you high speed Wi-Fi router.
How to Enable/ Turn on Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9 on iPhone (any generation which supports Wi-Fi calling)
Step 1. Launch Settings app on your iPhone
Step 2. Scroll down the Screen and tap on Phone
Step 3. Tap on Wi-Fi calling
Step 4. Now hit the slider to turn Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone ON.
Then go next and follow on screen instructions and do complete setup.
If Wi-Fi calling service is not available for your device then you’ll receive an error page. At that time please contact your carrier.
Let’s know- how do you know you’re on Wi-Fi call?
While, you’ll be on Wi-Fi call at time you can see Wi-Fi sign after your carrier name in the Status bar. In Addition, placing or receiving Wi-Fi call is very simple. Because you don’t have to do anything different and your iPhone will handle it for you.
Any question? Let’s text below and tell us how seems this page to enable/ turn on Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9 on iPhone 6, 6S plus.
After enabling Wi-Fi calling, if it doesn’t work then get fix from this post.
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