AT&T WI-FI® CALLING

Talk from any place you have access to Wi-Fi
It’s easy to use. Just set it up right from your smartphone settings.
Talk and text in more places at home and abroad
Wi-Fi Calling keeps you connected when cellular network coverage may be limited or unavailable.

Keep your conversations going

  • Once set up, Wi-Fi Calling works automatically when you’re connected to Wi-Fi that you choose
  • There’s no special app to download—it’s already included in your wireless service
  • Plus, there’s no extra cost for the feature

Compatible smartphone and voice plan required.

Set up in a snap

  • Go to Settings on your phone
  • Tap Cellular (Apple devices) or Connection (Android® devices)
  • Turn on Wi-Fi Calling, review important info and confirm your emergency 911 address

For your phone’s detailed steps visit https://www.att.com/device-support/selector/, select your phone, and click Calling & Contacts.
Frequently asked questions
  • What is AT&T Wi-Fi Calling?

    Wi-Fi Calling lets you talk and text over an active Wi-Fi connection. You can turn Wi-Fi Calling on or off in your phone’s settings. With Wi-Fi Calling, you can call, text, and use AT&T Visual Voicemail as you do on the cellular network.

    While in the U.S., AT&T Wi-Fi Calling is used when a cellular signal is weak or unavailable.

    While traveling in many countries outside the U.S., your phone will automatically use the Wi-Fi network instead of a mobile network when both are available. (AT&T Wi-Fi Calling is restricted in some countries.)

  • How is Wi-Fi Calling billed?
    Calls are billed based on the number you call when in the Domestic Coverage Area (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands.)
    • Calls to U.S. numbers can be made at no additional charge
    • Calls to premium numbers like 411 are billed at standard premium rates
    • Calls to international numbers from the U.S. are billed at your international long-distance rates

    If you’re traveling abroad
    • Calls to U.S. numbers can be made at no additional charge
    • Calls to international numbers are billed based on your international roaming package
  • How can I tell if my phone supports Wi-Fi Calling?

    Most of the Apple and Android smartphones we have sold since 2015 support AT&T Wi-Fi Calling. You’ll still need a smartphone with an eligible rate plan for it to work.

    List of Wi-Fi capable devices

  • Can I use AT&T Wi-Fi Calling to make calls from my TTY device?

    No. Wi-Fi Calling will not support calls over TTY devices, including 911 calls. To reach 911 service, persons with communications disabilities may do one of these:

    1. Call 911 directly using a TTY from a wireless phone over the cellular network or from a landline telephone.
    2. Send a text message to 911 directly (in areas where text-to-911 is available) from a wireless device.
    3. Use relay services to place a TTY or captioned telephone service (CTS) call from a wireless phone over the cellular network or from a landline telephone.
    4. Use relay services to place an IP Relay or IP CTS call over a cellular data or other IP network.

    View RTT progress can use real-time text as an alternative to TTY. 911 services can be reached by either.