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Discussion in 'iOS 12' started by partyboy4357, Jun 14, 2018.
Is this working for anyone? Mine is on but won't show the WiFi Calling on the top bar.
Can you try forcing it into WiFi Calling by putting the phone on Airplane mode and enabling WiFi?
Works just fine for me...
iPhone X: WiFi calling turned on and working. Just showing "no service" Tested and works fine. Tried a hard reboot, no change. I'm just happy it still works
Working on 8+.
I'm not able to receive or make phone calls when Wi-Fi calling is enabled. The phone rings, but doesn't connect when I accept a call. Then all calls hang until I reset the phone. I turned Wi-Fi calling off, and so far so good. Hopefully this will be fixed in next beta. I have crappy coverage in my building at work, and also at my home location.
I should have said it “is working now”. I did have same issue but reinstalled as “new” and everything thing is working as it should.
I have had Wi-Fi calling on my iPhones since it was introduced - and it worked for me. I am now using it on my iPhone X, running on an OTA upgrade to iOS 12. It still works for me. It has been great at home, where I only get 1 bar of wireless. My provider is AT&T.
Got rid of my Verizon Cellphone extender and went to WiFi calling on my phones..