Wi-Fi Calling (aka Voice over Wi-Fi or VoWiFi) is a built-in feature on most of our current smartphones. Wi-Fi Calling lets you make and receive voice calls, texts and video calls over a Wi-Fi network instead of using a cellular network.
Try using Wi-Fi Calling if your cellular network service is weak or unavailable and Wi-Fi is available.
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Verizon Wi-Fi Calling FAQs
When you’re in a place with weak or no cellular network coverage, you may be able to make and receive calls and texts over a Wi-Fi network instead. Learn about the built-in Wi-Fi Calling feature and how it works with your smartphone.
About Verizon Wi-Fi Calling
Eligibility for Verizon Wi-Fi Calling
Using Wi-Fi Calling
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