AT&T has officially launched its Wi-Fi Calling feature to LG’s 2015 flagship device, the G4. This marks the first time that the Wi-Fi Calling feature has been made available to subscribers of the major US wireless carrier who own Android powered mobile devices.
If you are a subscriber of AT&T and own an iPhone 6 device (or newer model), you can now make and take voice calls by way of Wi-Fi outside the country. Yup, the second biggest wireless carrier in the United States has started sending text messages to its subscribers just this week, basically notifying them that AT&T’s Wi-Fi calling feature has been expanded to territories outside the US.
The biggest wireless carrier in the United States will officially begin the rollout of its Wi-Fi Calling feature this week to a certain number of subscribers that own smartphones powered by Google’s Android mobile operating system.
FreedomPop is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses Sprint’s network, and it has revealed its plans of further widening its current range of smartphone offerings by introducing a new handset that is capable of using Wi-Fi for voice calls, text messaging, and data.
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