Enable Wi-Fi Calling on iOS 10
Wifi Calling is a feature that allows iPhone users to receive or send messages and calls anywhere if the phone has a Wifi connection. Apple supports this feature first on iOS 8. Operating system and to iOS 10 (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus), this feature is still integrated and used.
By default, the Wifi Calling feature on iOS 10 is disabled, so to use this feature you must conduct activation.
After activating Wifi Calling, you can use Wifi Calling to make calls as well as send free SMS just need your iPhone connected to Wifi.
Steps to enable WiFi Calling on iOS 10 (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus):
To enable WiFi Calling on iOS 10 (iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus), follow the steps below:
Step 1 :
Open the Settings application on your iPhone phone.
Step 2 :
Next scroll down the screen to find and click Phone .
Step 3 :
Next, choose Wifi Calling .
Step 4 :
Switch the status of Wifi Calling on This Phone to ON.
So you have enabled Wifi Calling on your iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus.
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