Apple iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5C all have WiFi-calling abilities. A YouTube user has recently published a video guiding you through the process of activating it on the T-Mobile carrier. Enabling this feature on your phone can definitely save you some money in the long run.
SamShares is the maker of the video, and within 5 minutes you can find detailed instructions on how to activate the WiFi-calling feature on your T-Mobile carrier version of the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5C. The process is fairly straightforward and should be rather simple to do on all three devices. It only takes 5 minutes and nothing can really go wrong, so why not give it a try?
Some fans have decided to opt out of the WiFi-calling feature because there’ve been some rumors regarding how you get charged. Some customers have reported WiFi calling is using their minutes on the 30$ plan, while others claim this doesn’t happen. Either way, you should constantly check your minute status if you’re going to enable the WiFi-calling option, because it can be unpredictable and you can end up paying more than you bargained for.
Carriers in the U.S. have so far taken the neutral side on the WiFi-calling feature, as it can interfere with their contracts, causing them an overall loss – but they don’t seem to be against it either, which is interesting. This is a relatively new feature, along with internet browsing via SMS requests to a central server to deliver a page’s content, and it’s this sort of innovation that moves the tech industry forward.