To turn on Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone, follow these steps:
1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
2. Scroll down and tap on “Cellular” or “Mobile Data” (depending on your iOS version).
3. If your iPhone has Dual SIM capability, you will see the option to choose a line. Tap on the line for which you want to enable Wi-Fi Calling.
4. Look for the “Wi-Fi Calling” option and tap on it.
5. Toggle the “Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone” switch to the on position.
Once you have turned on Wi-Fi Calling, your iPhone will search for a Wi-Fi network to connect to. If it finds a suitable network, it will use that network to make and receive calls instead of relying on the cellular network.
It’s important to note that you need to have a compatible carrier and a Wi-Fi network available to use Wi-Fi Calling. Not all carriers support Wi-Fi Calling, so you may need to check with your carrier if you’re unsure.
Additionally, make sure your iPhone is running the latest version of iOS to ensure you have the latest features and bug fixes related to Wi-Fi Calling.
Wi-Fi Calling can be particularly useful in areas with weak cellular signal but strong Wi-Fi coverage, such as in buildings with thick walls or in remote areas where cellular coverage may be limited. It can also be handy when traveling abroad to avoid international roaming charges by using Wi-Fi networks instead.
Enabling Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone can enhance your calling experience, providing more reliable and clearer calls in areas with poor cellular reception.