UK mobile carrier Vodafone has announced that their WiFi Calling is headed to Samsung’s Galaxy S6 smartphones.
The Vodafone WiFi Calling feature will be available in the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, the service will be made available ‘this autumn’.
Vodafone’s nationwide Wi-Fi Calling enables customers to make and take calls in many more places – whether in a home with thick walls, in a basement or on the London Underground. If connected to Wi-Fi, customers can talk on their phone even if there is no mobile signal.
The introduction of Wi-Fi Calling follows the rollout of Vodafone’s nationwide provision of HD (High Definition) Voice technology, the roll-out of 4G+ (Carrier Aggregation) and the Vodafone Rural Open Sure Signal programme aimed at giving 100 remote communities mobile coverage for the first time.
You can find out more details about Vodafone’s WiFi Calling feature over at the company’s website at the link below.
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