Does AT&T Have WiFi Calling?

Yes, AT&T offers Wi-Fi calling as a feature for its customers. Wi-Fi calling allows you to make and receive calls over a Wi-Fi network instead of using the cellular network. This feature can be particularly useful in areas with weak cellular coverage or when traveling internationally.

To use Wi-Fi calling on AT&T, you need a compatible device and an active AT&T wireless plan that supports Wi-Fi calling. Most recent smartphones and some older models are compatible with Wi-Fi calling on the AT&T network.

How to enable Wi-Fi calling on an iPhone:
  1. Go to the Settings app.
  2. Select "Phone" or "Cellular."
  3. Look for the "Wi-Fi Calling" option and toggle it on.
To enable Wi-Fi calling on an Android device, the steps may vary depending on the device model and Android version. However, the general process involves:
  1. Open the Phone app.
  2. Access the settings or menu within the app.
  3. Look for the "Wi-Fi Calling" or "Call Settings" option.
  4. Enable Wi-Fi calling and follow any prompts to set it up.
It's worth noting that Wi-Fi calling uses your Wi-Fi network to establish the call, but it still uses your cellular plan minutes. If you have an unlimited talk and text plan, the calls made through Wi-Fi calling are typically included and do not incur additional charges. However, if you have a limited talk plan, the minutes used for Wi-Fi calling will be deducted from your plan's allotment.

If you're unsure about the availability of Wi-Fi calling on your specific device or plan, it's recommended to check with AT&T directly or visit their website for the most accurate and up-to-date information.

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