Get calling from anywhere! Canada’s Telus has launched Wi-Fi Calling — the ability to initiate a call using Wi-Fi instead of cellular networks — for the IPHONE 6 and above alongside iOS 10.2, which came out of beta earlier this week. The company says that the feature, which has been available on Bell and Rogers-sold IPHONEs for some time, requires a proper LTE SIM and a compatible postpaid plan, but user intervention should be minimal. How to enable Wi-Fi Calling on the IPHONE Open IPHONE Settings. Select Phone Select Wi-Fi Calling Read and accept the Wi-Fi Calling Terms and Conditions. Enter Emergency 911 Address. Why should you care about Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling is a fantastic feature for people that don’t always have comprehensive cellular coverage. It routes phone calls, using your regular number, through a Wi-Fi network similar to a VoIP call, but the person on the other end has no idea the difference. It also seamlessly transitions between cellular and Wi-Fi if…

Source: The IPhone Blog

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