AT&T iPhone customers can now take merit Wi-Fi calling at the same time as touring in a foreign country after updating to iOS 9.3, the service says. AT&T has began alerting eligible customers to the amendment by means of textual content message, noting that calls to and from the G.A. at the same time as the use of Wi-Fi calling in a foreign country won't incur additional fees.
With the recent tool update for your telephone you'll be able to use Wi-Fi Calling while touring out of doors the G.O. This way you'll be able to name again to the G.O. or obtain incoming calls, with no airtime fees. When you name international numbers, your charges would be the similar as the ones for your telephone plan or your international package deal.
AT&T first enabled Wi-Fi calling with the iOS 9 update for the iPhone 6 and later. To make the most of Wi-Fi calling in a foreign country, customers want to update to iOS 9.3 and set up the up to date service update while triggered. If you are allowing Wi-Fi calling for the primary time, you'll be able to achieve this through heading to Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling and toggling the choice on.