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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by monnyblack1, Mar 5, 2016.
do At&t wi-fi calling drain a lot of battery???
Doesn't seem to on my Verizon iPhone6...
I don't think so.
Lack of cell signal would drain more.
Mystery I am looking into. I've got it enabled, and can still see the usual signal bars. Don't get many calls so wondering more about any idle drain.
I compared Att and T-mo vowifi and I found that T-mo vowifi drains batteries faster than Att. Also I found that Att had a crispy quality , like HD volte, while T-mo had echo and worse quality, I can say GSM/CDMA quality.
I like T-mo more than Att as a company, but this is how it is.
I hope I'm wrong and my experiment is incorrect.
I didn't like use T-mo vowifi due to poor voice quality.
Is wifi calling free since it uses data and not regular voice?
Also, is it better than FaceTime audio. I usually call my wife overseas using FT audio; for quality, it's perfectly crystal clear. On LTE it uses about 20MB for 20 minutes of calling, so it's very data plan friendly.
Thanks I think that I will try it out
Bloody hell I have no idea how that happened. One minute I'm the Ulysses thread, then blammo! my post goes here.
I think you posted in the wrong place.
Dammit, I could have sworn i was in the other post. Thanks for the heads up!!