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Want to make an urgent call at home, but the network threatened in time? This simple trick can be used to make calls without a network

New Delhi: If you are in a place where there is no network and you want to make an urgent call, it is natural to be upset. It is difficult to make an emergency call while waiting for the network. But, you know what? Wi-Fi calling, with the help of Wi-Fi network, can solve this problem for you. Wi-Fi calling allows calling in areas with low or poor connectivity. This service works when your telecom operator supports Wi-Fi calling. When network connectivity is low, compatible phones are able to make regular calls through those telecom operators using Wi-Fi networks. All you need is a 4G SIM and Wi-Fi.

In India, almost all telecom operators like Airtel, Reliance Jio and Vodafone Idea support Wi-Fi calling. There is no extra charge for this. This service seeks to improve call quality and reduce call drop. The Wi-Fi calling service calls VoIP over VoLTE (Voice over LTE) network, which is called Voice over Internet Protocol.

How to start Wi-Fi calling on Android smartphones?

Most recently launched phones support Wi-Fi calling. The user can enable it by going to the network settings. Go to Settings Menu of your Android smartphone. Go to the Network section. In the Network section, go to Wi-fi Preferences and then click Advanced. There will be an option called Wi-Fi calling that you have to find. If you have two SIM cards installed on your phone, users can choose which number to enable Wi-Fi calling for. If desired, this service can be activated on both numbers. On some phones, the Wi-Fi calling option is directly in the Network section. Depending on the OS skin of different Android phones, you may have to look for alternatives.

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