After the FCC finally cleared AT&T to go ahead and use WiFi calling on their network (in the end, T-Mobile and Sprint have been already doing it), the country’s 2d biggest service is losing no time in bringing this new capability to their consumers. Well, a few of them besides. In a brand new weblog submit, AT&T announced that beginning nowadays, WiFi calling is now to be had on select devices which, no less than to begin with, only comprises the iPhone 6 or above, operating iOS 9. Yup, that’s it.
WiFi calling is lovely seamless and with the exception of allowing it within the settings, doesn’t require any further idea on the consumer’s finish. Just dial a host like you all the time do and if mobile phone reception is low or unavailable, calls might be routed thru an present WiFi connection. Same fees and mins can be used as a standard name.
AT&T mentions in their FAQ that only the ones in an HD Voice protection space might be in a position to transfer out of doors an lively WiFi connection whilst on a decision and not have it drop. Anyone in a 3G/4G space will have to be expecting calls to drop while shifting out of doors their WiFi connection. Pretty fundamental stuff but when you've got any longer questions, take a look at AT&T’s WiFi calling web page here.