Even if you don’t have a mobile signal, you can make phone calls on your Samsung phone. You can make calls over a Wi-Fi network instead of your phone’s network if you have a Samsung S5 or higher and access to a cellular network. It isn’t allowed by default, but it is simple to allow.
How does Wi-Fi calling works?
Instead of using your phone network, Wi-Fi calling uses your wireless network to make calls. If you have spotty phone coverage in some parts of your home or are visiting somewhere with excellent Wi-Fi but poor phone service, it can be extremely useful.
Wi-Fi connections used to be less secure than they are now, so Wi-Fi calling wasn’t always a viable choice. There aren’t many reasons to stop Wi-Fi calling, but there are a few problems that may occur. For starters, it will use your data plan, which means that if you have a limited data limit on your wireless data usage, Wi-Fi calling will deplete it.
You’re still more likely to drop a call if your wireless connection is bad. To be successful, Wi-Fi calling requires a strong signal.
How to switch on Wi-Fi Calling in the Setting?
1. There are a variety of ways to allow Wi-Fi calling. The first is in the settings app on your computer.
2. Make sure you’re connected to the internet through Wi-Fi.
3. Tap Connections after opening your phone’s settings.
4. Now, Touch the switch next to Wi-Fi Calling.
How Do I Allow Wi-Fi Calling in Phone App?
This feature can also be turned on in the Phone app. To turn it on, follow the steps below.
1. Tap the Phone from your phone’s home screen.
2. To access the settings, tap the Menu or More icon.
3. Switch on Wi-Fi Calling.