A few days ago, we posted about wifi calling appearing on iPhones with iOS 8 beta.
I was hanging out at a coffee shop yesterday, and wanted to see what would happen to my call if I left the coffee shop wifi and tried to continue the call on the T-Mobile phone network.
Spoiler alert: The phone call gets dropped.
Personally, I’m glad that iOS 8 finally enable wifi calling, even though it’s not of much benefit to people that want to walk around while on the phone. For those who work from home and have spotty cell reception, wifi calling is revolutionary.
Has having wifi calling helped you? Tweet us your thoughts at @SinchDev.
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