When you use Wi-Fi Calling on Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ Plus, you are able to use cell phones from iOS and Android in order to make calls using Wi-Fi association. You are able to use Wi-Fi calling free when you use it to call to the US Virgin Island, Puerto Rico, or any U.S. numbers. However, universal rates will still be taken into account for global callers. You will be able to take advantage of this feature around your house without extra charge because it is very easy to use.
You can use the Wi-Fi network to make calls instead of using the transporter’s system association. From there, you can use the Wi-Fi from a hotspot or the Wi-Fi that you have already had set up at home. For example, you can use it when you are in the library or bistro. It is practically the same things as making calls using normal service except you are using Wi-Fi in order to make a call.
You can use the Wi-Fi calling feature when a Samsung Galaxy S8 is able to use a Wi-Fi network in order to make calls. You can use this feature when you have no voice signal but you have a stable Wi-Fi network.
You can either disable or enable this feature using the steps below:
- Click on the Apps, the click on the Settings starting at the Home screen.
- Choose the “Advanced calling“ option.
- Choose the “Wi-Fi calling“ option.
- Move the setting to either Off or On whenever you want.
The Wi-Fi will automatically be used on your phone when you have enabled this feature and you are using a Wi-Fi network. If you are connected a wireless network that is strong, you may feel that the calls are higher definition and more clear.
Your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ Plus can also roam from different networks by clicking on the “When Roaming” option.