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Also, I wouldn't expect the Wi-Fi calling to work on the Verizon iPhone the same way, Verizon isn't a fan of Wi-Fi calling. The calling on the iPhone will probably only work iPhone to iPhone.
" The calling on the iPhone will probably only work iPhone to iPhone."
Also absolutely false.
First of all, the cell spot, upon further review you are right about. But did you have to say it that way? Is that really how we talk in a civilized society these days?
And regarding the Wi-Fi calling on iPhones, yes, they will work on T-Mobile phones, but not Verizon. Look it up. Verizon doesn't allow Wi-Fi calling, which is what I was referencing. If you don't believe me, see below.
http://www.cnet.com/news/t-mobile-makes-big-wi-fi-pu ... »
As for the iPhone, I think that you said that it would only work from iPhone to iPhone. But that is untrue.
When you enable wifi calling, you're connected to wifi, and it's working, it functions no differently than if you are connected to a cell tower. Your iPhone on wifi calling will be able to call any other phone.
Maybe you are confused about the fact that the iPhone has wifi calling built in (meaning not specific to TMobile)? Yes it does, but T-Mobile is the only carrier that supports it at this point as far as I know. Maybe Sprint will too soon, I don't know. And I read that AT&T will support it next year.
So if you get this new router, and your friend has some Sprint phone with ...
I didn't mean that the Wi-Fi calling would only work IPhone to iPhone, which it does already through faceTime.
I was refering to an earlier question regarding Wi-Fi calling on verizon. Verizon iPhones won't be able to do wi-fi calling except through faceTime. That's what I was trying to say.
Yes FaceTime is Apple-specific.
And yes, until Verizon supports wifi calling (if they ever do), the Verizon iPhone 6 won't be able to place phone calls over a wifi network.
If yours has it, you can connect to virtually any wifi network to use wifi calling, however the quality of the call will depend on the reliability of the wifi and its router.
This router does a better job than typical routers of handling wifi calls, so you'd likely have a better experience on your home wifi network using this than you would using your existing router.
All carriers already offer this type of device.
I don't think so. This is a wifi router with a few tweaks to make wifi calls a priority.
This has nothing to do with cell signals, even though the literature is vague about this.
There's also a video that explains/shows this as well.
"full-bars T-Mobile experience" - doesn't actually give you full bars, but acts that way.
This is a wifi router. It doesn't broadcast any cell frequencies.
I don't want to say this is trickery because I understand for marketing purposes what they're doing, but it doesn't improve the number of bars of cell signal that you're getting.
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