T-Mobile Says Wi-Fi Calling Coming to iPhone
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Jun 2, 2014, 4:57 PM by Eric M. Zeman
T-Mobile today said that, with the arrival of iOS 8, its iPhone subscribers will have access to Wi-Fi calling. T-Mobile has offered other smartphone platforms Wi-Fi calling for years as an alternative for making voice calls in poor cellular coverage areas. Apple introduced iOS 8 earlier today and one of the many new features is support for voice calls over Wi-Fi. iOS 8 won't be available to most people until the fall, but Wi-Fi calling will be available to T-Mobile's iPhone customers as soon as the new operating system from Apple arrives.
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Dear God, please don't tell Apple about this.
Oh well, I'm probably just being paranoid. Apple is wonderful and they'd never break a cellular feature like that.
and it was an easy fix at that. people just had no patience
So, Iphones get the useless app as well?