Wi-Fi Calling | What is Wi-Fi Calling? Learn to make calls without a network with VoWiFi
File Photo Mumbai: VoWiFi stands for Wi-Fi calling, a technology used to make or receive voice calls even when there is little or no network connection to the phone. Here VoWiFi stands for Voice over WiFi. All the three telcos Reliance Jio, Airtel and Vodafone Idea have launched this service for their customers in the country, allowing mobile users to make voice calls during poor network conditions without any additional charges. What is Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling VoWiFi stands for Voice over WiFi (WiFi = Wireless Fidelity). A cellular network is typically used when a number is called or received from your phone. VoLTE stands for Voice over LTE (LTE = Long Term Evolution), a step forward technology is WiFi calling where calling is done via WiFi network, no SIM network required. That is, even if there is no signal in the mobile, the call can be connected through WiFi connection. For this, telecom service should be activated and WiFi calling should be active in the mobile phone. Read also Turn on Wi-Fi calling in phone 1. To activate VoWiFi in Android smartphone or iPhone, go to the phone’s Settings menu and find the option of Connections. 2. Here you will get the option of Wi-Fi calling, enable it. 3. After enabling this setting connect the mobile phone to a WiFi network. 4. Here both VoLTE and VoWiFi options will appear, turn both on. 5. Now if you want to make a normal call and the signal is weak then the phone will automatically switch from mobile network to WiFi and the call will continue on VoWiFi.