Use this trick to make clean and clear calls from your mobile even with a Poor network signal

Here comes a simple trick using which you can make crystal clear calls from your mobile phone ,even in the case of a poor or bad signal,The Concept we are going to introduce is WiFi calling,WiFi calling is the best solution for those who face the problem of poor mobile network in their home or office,As your calls are routed through the WiFi you don’t have to worry for the signal strength.


Once you enable the Wifi calling feature on your phone,you can call without any worries for your network signal,this features uses your WiFi to connect to the mobile tower and route the calling.

How to enable WiFi calling

Using the WifI calling feature you can easily overcome the limitation of poor network in your area,follow the simple steps below to activate the WiFi calling feature on your phone,once you have set up the WiFi calling you can make calls over the WiFi network as a regular call,the Notification screen will show up ‘WiFi calling’ during the call.

Android

For android Phones head to Phone app > More > Settings >  Calls and click on the WiFi calling option,If you cannot find the option on your phone ,that means you carrier does not support the WiFi calling feature.

Apple

Turn on Wi-Fi calling in Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling. You might need to enter or confirm your address for emergency services,If Wi-Fi Calling is available, you’ll see Wi-Fi after your carrier name in the status bar,Then your calls will use Wi-Fi Calling.

WiFi calling is Undoubtedly an amazing feature ,but currently this feature is limited to operators,for India it seems that currently Vodafone,Airtel and Jio networks are supporting WiFi calling feature.

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