Learn about Wi-Fi Calling

Find out if your phone supports Wi-Fi Calling and how to set it up.

Wi-Fi Calling lets you talk, text, and use Visual Voicemail over an active Wi-Fi® connection. In the U.S., Wi-Fi Calling is used when a cellular signal is weak or unavailable. Outside the U.S., your phone will use a Wi-Fi network instead of a mobile network if both are available. (Wi-Fi Calling is restricted in some countries.)

Check phone compatibility

To find out if your device supports Wi-Fi Calling:

1. Tap Settings on your phone, then tap Cellular (Apple® devices) or Connection (Android® devices).

2. See if Wi-Fi Calling is listed.

  • If it is, your phone can support it.
  • If not, your phone isn’t compatible.

Or, you can download a list of phones that support Wi-Fi Calling (PDF, 136KB).
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Last updated: May 5, 2023

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