Wi-Fi Calling lets you make and receive voice and video calls over a Wi-Fi connection instead of using your cellular connection. If you have a Wi-Fi connection and are in an area where voice service is weak or unavailable, use Wi-Fi calling to continue making voice calls.
Wi-Fi calling is included at no additional charge on compatible devices. Wi-Fi calls to US numbers are free, even while traveling internationally. Wi-Fi calls to a country other than the US are charged international long distance rates regardless of whether or not you have TravelPass or an international travel plan.
When an international call is placed over Wi-Fi Calling, a voice prompt will interrupt the call to remind you that international charges may apply. You can choose to complete the call or hang up to avoid potential charges.
Your device must be HD Voice capable to use Wi-Fi Calling.
Our current selection of smartphones are Wi-Fi Calling-capable.
Learn how to activate Wi-Fi Calling on an Android or iOS device.
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Wi-Fi Calling FAQs
This page explains the Wi-Fi Calling feature and who’s eligible to use it, how much it costs and how to set up and use it.
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