Use your Wi-Fi connection to talk and text when cellular coverage is limited or unavailable.
INSTRUCTIONS & INFO
Wi-Fi Calling is turned on as part of the activation process. To use Wi-Fi Calling, you'll need a Wi-Fi Internet connection and a postpaid AT&T wireless account provisioned with HD Voice. Certain restrictions, requirements or limitations may apply. Visit About Wi-Fi Calling or att.com/wificalling for more details.
To turn on or off Wi-Fi Calling, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the Wi-Fi Calling icon.
First-time users will be prompted to verify their emergency address. Tap CONTINUE.
Tap GET STARTED.
Read the on-screen prompts, enter your Emergency 911 Address, then tap Verify address.
Verify the address and tap Use this address. Note: If the address is not correct, tap Enter a different address to re-enter the address.
When setup is complete, tap OK.
When your phone is connected to Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Calling is on, and a cellular connection is unavailable or poor, you'll see the Wi-Fi Calling icon in the notification bar.
Making a call is the same whether on cellular or Wi-Fi. From the home screen, tap Phone, dial the Desired number, and then tap the Call icon. You can tell that a call will go over Wi-Fi when you see a Wi-Fi icon within the Call icon. Note: To learn more see About Wi-Fi calling or visit www.att.com/wificalling.