Talk and text in more places
Wi-Fi Calling lets you talk and text from indoor locations where it’s hard even for a strong cellular signal to reach. Wi-Fi Calling can be used in the Domestic Coverage Area (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands) and from most international countries.TTY Limitations for 911 calls
A new way to keep the conversation going
- Wi-Fi Calling is easy to set up and use.
- Once enabled, Wi-Fi Calling works automatically.
- It works with your AT&T mobile number and compatible device—no new number or app required.
Calling and texting
with Wi-Fi Calling
Calls are billed based on the number you call, no matter whether you’re using Wi-Fi® at home or while traveling abroad.
Text messages you send or receive with Wi-Fi Calling count the same as regular text messages. You will be charged according to your current rate plan.
Select Shop now to see if your phone supports Wi-Fi Calling or to find a phone with Wi-Fi Calling capabilities.
Frequently asked questions
- What is 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 Visual Voicemail as you do on the cellular network.
While in the U.S., 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. (Wi-Fi Calling is restricted in some countries.)
- How can I tell if my phone supports Wi-Fi Calling?Answer: Most Apple and Android smartphones sold by AT&T since 2015 support Wi-Fi Calling. To learn more: www.att.com/wificallsetup
- How is Wi-Fi Calling billed?Wi-Fi Calling is billed based on the number you call no matter whether you are using Wi-Fi at home or while traveling abroad.
1. You can call US numbers with no additional charge.
2. Calls to premium numbers such as 411 are billed at standard premium rates.
3. Calls to international numbers are billed at your international long distance rates. If you’re traveling abroad, this includes calls to the country you’re in.
- Where will Wi-Fi Calling work?Wi-Fi Calling can be used with just about any Wi-Fi Internet connection. To work, Wi-Fi Calling must be on and you must be connected to a Wi-Fi internet network.
Wi-Fi Calling can be used in the Domestic Coverage Area (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands) and from most international countries.
Wi-Fi Calling is restricted in the following countries: China, Saudi Arabia, India, Turkey, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Vietnam, Pakistan, Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Sudan, and Syria.