Are you sick and tired of losing connection midway through an important conversation?
We have all been there, trying to make an important call and it cuts out! What can we do?
Some users may find it hard to have five bar reception at all times, this could be due to where you live or simply your surroundings, high rise buildings and hills can sometimes affect your mobile reception.
Here we will try to answer as many questions that you may have about Wi-Fi calling, and we promise to reveal secrets that you did not know.
… What Is Wi-Fi Calling?
Wi-Fi calling simply allows you to make calls and texts through a Wi-Fi connection rather than using your mobile reception.
So if you have a good Wi-Fi connection, then this could be a more stable and reliable solution for you to make and receive calls.
The beauty of Wi-Fi calling is, you don’t always have to have it enabled. You can simply use it if and when you want in your time of need! Just switch to Wi-Fi.
Can I Use Wi-Fi Calling?
Wi-Fi calling is available and is automatically built in to all Apple iPhones.
However, on handsets such as the Samsung Galaxy S8 or the Note 8, it has to be compatible in order to have the ability to use Wi-Fi calling.
Furthermore, Pay As You Go customers cannot get Wi-Fi calling as it is currently restricted to Pay Monthly customers.
But whether you are a small business with less than 10 employees, or a large company with 100+, Wi-Fi calling is available for you.
What’s The Benefits Of Wi-Fi Calling?
There are numerous reasons as to why having the ability of Wi-Fi calling can work to your benefit, and for your business.
Wi-Fi calling works most to your advantage if you are based in an office or at home, somewhere where a secure and strong Wi-Fi connection is available.
However if you are on the move, Wi-Fi calling automatically switches from Wi-Fi to 4G so you never miss a call. And with the EE Network, you also have access to Wi-Fi calling on the London Underground.
The Big Reveal
One of the most important benefits of Wi-Fi calling is… that it only uses your minutes and texts allowance, NOT your data! This means you can save your data and use it just like normal.
And lastly, Wi-Fi calling automatically remembers and stores Wi-Fi usernames and passwords, so no need to waste time and stop to reconnect, just keep on talking.
We hope that you find this blog helpful and have answered all your questions, please feel free to contact us for any more information.