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October 29, 2018

Do you use Wi-Fi calling on your phone?

by John_A

Time to check in with the AC forums.

Making phone calls may not be the most exciting thing smartphones are capable of these days, but when you do need to make or accept one, having the call be reliable and clear is a top priority.

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If you’re in an area that doesn’t have great wireless coverage, one way you can overcome this is with Wi-Fi calling — the ability to have your entire call handled over a Wi-Fi network.

This is a feature a lot of modern phones support nowadays, but does anyone out there actually use it?

Here’s what the AC forum community says.

avatar2910658_13.gifmustang7757
10-23-2018 06:39 PM

not at all , I have good service for most part but I also run 2 Carrier Sims AT&T and T-Mobile on different phones

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avatar1065439_2.gifbhatech
10-23-2018 06:34 PM

Same here don’t use Wi-Fi calling partly because I get great signal at both home and work. So never bothered with it or care if my phone has WiFi calling or not.

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avatar1545606_1.gifdigitalbreak
10-23-2018 07:23 PM

I turn on and let it decide.

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avatar752687_8.gifTraderGary
10-23-2018 07:26 PM

I have a rural acreage at lake level with hills on all sides. Since a cellular connection is only line-of-sight, there is no cellular connection with any carrier at my house. The ONLY way to have calling or data is with WiFi. I have a reliable 180 Mbps Comcast connection. That’s better speed and reliability than most cellular service in my area. I have excellent calling and data via WiFi at my…

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What about you? Do you use Wi-Fi calling?

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