Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Sprint WiFi Calling on iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Enabled with iOS 8.3 Update

iPhone WiFi calling option has been available along with iOS 8 firmware release however most U.S. carriers choose not to suppor this new option [if you live in the U.K. you can set up WiFi calling for EE network]. Only T-Mobile was fast enough to introduce this option and now Sprint WiFi calling iPhone 6, 5c, 5S and 6 Plus service is officially presented by this mobile network.

We have already explained in details what iPhone WiFi calling is and how you can benefit from using this service. If you are subscribed or locked to Sprint you can take advantages of its new iPhone WiFi calling Sprint option that is enabled on iOS 8.3 firmware. You have to update to iOS 8.3 if you haven’t done so yet because the feature doesn’t work on iOS 8.2, 8.1.3 or earlier 8 versions with this particular carrier.

With Sprint U.S. users who travel abroad can call their American friends and relatives for free using WiFi calls. Such free calls are available from over 200 countries which gives Sprint some benefits over AT&T and Verizon as these mobile operators don’t offer WiFi calling option yet.


How to Use Sprint WiFi Calling iPhone Service

Step 1. Update to iOS 8.3.

Step 2. Make sure you are locked or subscribed to Sprint. You can use iPhone IMEI network checker to get name of your carrier.

Step 3. Use Sprint carrier settings update.

Step 4. Start making WiFi calls when you have weak cellular connection or no connection at all.

U.S. customers can place iOS 8 Wi-Fi calls using Sprint or T-Mobile at the moment. AT&T is believed to launch this service later in 2015 and Verizon promises to support this feature sometime ‘in the future.’

Have you begun making WiFi calls in the USA? What do you think about this service? Do you find it useful?

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