How to Enable Wi-Fi Calling : Often, we struggle with little or almost no network cellular signal in certain areas of our office or in our homes, especially if the home is somewhere close to an apartment building. To get the signal in these dead spots, we move our phone while talking on our phone or while waiting for OTP. However, the solution to this problem is simple. Wi-Fi facility is available in places where the cellular signal is poor.
So, if you find yourself struggling with mobile networks but have access to Wi-Fi, you really don’t need a strong cellular network for calling. Wi-Fi Calling feature is there in almost all the smartphones. Wi-Fi calling enables users to dial calls from the same number using an internet connection.
When you connect through a call using Wi-Fi, people receiving the call or text will see it coming from your cellular number. Additionally, Wi-Fi Calling delivers better call quality and saves your phone battery – weak cell signals result in higher battery consumption and even save you when you struggle to find network connectivity. Huh.
So, if you’re struggling to get a signal in your home or office, switch to Wi-Fi Calling for clear and high quality voice calls. Let us see how you can enable Wi-Fi calling feature in your Android and iOS phones.
How to Enable Wi-Fi Calling on Android
To enable Wi-Fi Calling for Google Pixel users, first you have to go to Settings. After that go to Network and Internet. Now go to Calls & SMS and find and open the Wi-Fi calling option there. Now users toggle off Wi-Fi Calling.
For Samsung and other Android devices
First open the Phone app. Tap on the triple-dot icon at the top right.
Now tap and open Settings. You will see the option of Wi-Fi calling. Open it and turn it on.
Note: Whenever your call is connected to a Wi-Fi network, you will see Wi-Fi calling in the call screen.
How to Enable Wi-Fi Calling on iPhones
First of all you have to go to Settings. Go to the Phone app and tap on Wi-Fi Calling. In the meantime, toggle on Wi-Fi Calling on iPhones. When Wi-Fi calling service is available, you’ll see Wi-Fi next to your carrier’s name in your iPhone’s status bar.