Before learning how to enable Wi-Fi calling. Let’s learn what Wi-Fi calling is. Wi-Fi calling is a feature that is introduced in many smartphones including Samsung Note 8. It allows smartphone users to make and receive calls over Wi-Fi connections instead of mobile data.
You must have already experienced calling over the internet using 3rd party applications like Whatsapp, Facebook, Viber, Snapchat etc. but with this feature, you do not require any kind of registration and logging-in kind of process. You can simply place a call over the Wi-Fi network without using any application as it is a built-in feature.
With Wi-Fi calling you can enjoy greater speed than a typical mobile data. It is not necessary for the receiver to have any internet connection only the caller needs a stable internet connection to call or text message. It is very beneficial when you are calling to US, US Virgin Islands, or Puerto Rico number because it is completely free for these. Although, little charges may apply when you are calling to an international number.
Let’s learn how you can enable Wi-Fi calling on your Samsung Note 8. Here are a few steps that you need to follow in order to enable Wi-Fi calling over your smartphone:.
How To Enable Wi-Fi Calling On Samsung Note 8
- At home screen, go to the applications.
- Find and tap on the “Settings”.
- Go to call settings and tap on “Advance Calling”.
- Find “Wi-Fi Calling” and tap. You will find an option to turn it on. Slide the icon to enable Wi-Fi calling.
Enjoy Wi-Fi calling with lower rates, great quality and roaming as well. Don’t just spend a lot of money on expensive phones. Learn to take benefit of each feature.