I have a iPhone 6S. WHen I am at home, or anywhere for that matter, I can't get wifi calling to work. My coverage at home isn't too good so I often miss cell calls. I was playing around yesterday and
1) Went into settings
2) Selected Cellular
3) Selected Cellular Date Options
4) Went to Enable LTE and turned it off.
Now WIFI calling works. However, at the most I get is 4G on my phone, no more LTE.
Problem with the phone or is this the way it is supposed to work?
Best answer by skymorena
You won't have LTE since you turned off your Enable LTE option.
Then follow this instructions to turn on your Wi-Fi calling to your device.
- Register your E911 address at My T-Mobile.
- Turn on Wi-Fi and connect to a Wi-Fi network.
- From the Home screen, tap Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling.
- If you have an iPhone with an eSIM, tap the line you're making changes to.
- Tap the slider next to Wi-Fi Calling on this phone to turn Wi-Fi Calling on.
- Tap Update Emergency Address.
- Enter your E911 address and tap Save.