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Verizon asks the FCC to approve WiFi Calling on their network like they did for AT&T

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Verizon asks the FCC to approve WiFi Calling on their network like they did for AT&T

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It used to be in advance this month AT&T consumers (smartly, the ones with make a selection Apple units) have been excited to be informed the service had successfully gained approval from the FCC to pass in advance with their plans to release WiFi Calling. It went live the day after, and like T-Mobile has been doing most of these years, allowed customers to in any case course their calls over a WiFi connection, regardless if they had a just right mobile connection or now not.

Joining T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T in the WiFi winners circles is now Verizon, who has lately reached out to the FCC to allow WiFi calling on their network. In the petition, Verizon states that as a result of they’re asking for the comparable remedy AT&T already won, there’s there’s little need for public remark hopes to achieve approval in an similarly rapid method.

[FCC]

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