First thing's first! Let's open the Settings app so that we can get to your Wi-Fi calling settings.
Click the "cellular" tab in settings, so that we can enable Wi-Fi calling.
Next, you are going to click Wi-Fi calling. You should notice that it says "off" to the right of the Wi-Fi calling options.
To the right of "Wi-Fi calling on this iPhone," you will see a toggle. Click the toggle to enable Wi-Fi calling.
A notification will appear that will make sure you really want to enable Wi-Fi calling. It will let you know a bit more information about Wi-Fi calling in terms of how the connection is made for Wi-Fi calling. To continue with enabling Wi-Fi calling, click "enable."
Read the notice that appears, which will give you much more information on how Wi-Fi calling works, as well as possible pitfalls. Of course, you need Wi-Fi to use Wi-Fi calling, so this is a feature you won't always have access to in all situations.
Here, you are agreeing to the limitations that come with Wi-Fi calling. To finish enabling Wi-Fi calling, click "continue."
Done! Wi-Fi calling is on and you are almost good to go! Lastly, you will want to update your emergency address in the event of an emergency. Click "update emergency address," and enter your address into the fields given!
Voila! Enjoy this helpful little feature and avoid spotty calls!
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