How to Enable Wi-Fi Calling on an iPhone
Similar to allowing calls on other devices, Wi-Fi calling is yet another great feature often overlooked by smartphone users. Most iPhone users don't know Wi-Fi calling is an option, or what type of benefits are offered by enabling Wi-Fi calling. However, most smartphone users, iPhone users or otherwise, know what it's like to experience spotty signals or poor connections in areas where the coverage is less than ideal.
Luckily, Wi-Fi calling is a feature that can be enabled right within your iPhone settings, that allows you to use Wi-Fi to make calls and send text messages without using your cellular service in instances where you need a clearer connection or are experiencing those spotty signals. Another perk to using Wi-Fi calling is that it can actually help prevent overtaxing your battery and improve the longevity of your battery life during that particular charge cycle (and they are free!).
In this guide, I show you how to enable Wi-Fi calling on your iPhone and it only takes a couple of minutes to set up!
Note: Not every iPhone user can enable Wi-Fi calling. You must have an iPhone 5c or later, and your carrier must support Wi-Fi calling. Please note that not all carriers will come with this feature regardless of what iPhone you have. Most major US carriers support Wi-Fi calling, but you may also need to call your carrier as an additional step to set up. If you do, your iPhone will alert you to contact your carrier during the enabling process.
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