How to enable Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone

If you are bored with regular calling methods and want to try something new, then you must opt for Wi-Fi calling on your phone. People often mistake Wi-Fi calling with WhatsApp calls, but they are different things.

Usual calling options face latency issues. They take time to connect the signal with the tower and then come back to your phone, which results in a delay in call connection. Wi-Fi calling enables a user to message, receive and call others over a Wi-Fi network. Many networks now provide Wi-Fi calling.

Since Wi-Fi calling is a network feature that uses Wi-Fi, it easily connects calls over data. But the plus point is that the person you are calling does not require to have a Wi-Fi calling feature in their phone. They can receive your call over regular connections also.

How to enable Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone?

  • Step 1: Go to the settings of your iPhone app and tap on the cellular option.
  • Step 2: If you are using dual sims, then choose a line below Cellular Plans.
  • Step 3: Select Wi-Fi calling and enable the Wi-Fi calling feature on your phone.
  • Step 4: You need to enter your address for emergency services, and if you have already filled your address, then you need to reconfirm it.


You can easily enable the Wi-Fi calling feature on your phone and use it. It is even free; you do not need to pay any extra charges to use Wi-Fi calling; your Wi-Fi network is enough.