Wi-Fi Calling: Technology is also evolving with the changing times. Once upon a time there were no big features in smartphones .. Now smartphones are being made by adding new features with the existing technology. Many obstacles arise when we are talking on the phone. Voice inaccuracies and intermittent cuts can cause a variety of problems. Call drops occur when mobile network connectivity is low. Cell drop towers are a problem for many people, not just users living in remote areas. Inside the office, similar problems can occur when signals are not received properly in the underground area. At those times, the call may be cut off or the other person’s voice may not be heard properly. However it is possible to make regular phone calls without problems with call drops even in areas with low signal connectivity. For this, users need to enable Wi-Fi calling feature.
In India, many telecom companies, including Airtel and Geo, offer free Wi-Fi calling. Wi-Fi calling works with the help of a Wi-Fi network. Therefore it is possible to use these services where there are strong Wi-Fi signals. Wi-Fi calling connects calls using VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) technology instead of VoLTE (Voice over LTE) technology. All recent phones have a Wi-Fi calling option. If you do not have this option on your phone, you will not be able to make calls over WiFi.
How to activate Wi-Fi calling option?
Android phone users do this
Go to the Settings menu on the Android phone. Then click on the Networks option. Some Android phones use mobile networks or connections instead of networks.
After going to the ► Network section, click on the Wi-Fi Preference option. Then select the Advanced option.
చేయాలి Click on the Wi-Fi calling option. If you have two SIM cards in your phone, you can activate the WiFi calling feature for your favorite SIM card. Most phones have a WiFi calling feature in the Network section. This process may vary depending on the operating system UI. Some phones have a WiFi calling option directly in the notification bar.
IPhone users activate like this
Go to Settings on the iPhone and click on the Phone option.
Click on ‘Mobile’ Data ‘and select Wi-Fi Calling. WiFi calling feature will appear only if your telecom operator supports it.
Turn on the iPhone feature to turn on Wi-Fi calling. Once this feature is turned on, Wi-Fi will appear under the telecom operator name (for example Airtel) in the status bar of your phone. After that you can make regular calls continuously even in low signal areas.