I do not get a signal from the cell tower - not with AT&T, Verizon or T-Mobile. I am currently using both Verizon and T-Mobile, and I MUST set airplane mode with both carriers to stop them from placing or receiving calls through the tower which NEVER works for more than 5 minutes. However, with Airplane Mode and WiFi Calling turned on, I keep losing my T-Mobile calls mid-conversation, or cannot make a call at all. I get a “disable airplane mode” message because WiFi calling has just decided to turn off. Today, I was able to “cancel” then place the call again, but had to do it three times during a 40 minute call. Often the WiFi calling goes off and does not come back on for 45-60 minutes. I am a new T-Mobile customer with a new IPhone SE, but I am just about ready to cancel my account and take my SE back to Verizon. I have my tv, two pcs, and Comcast phone all using WiFi with no trouble at all. I have all settings I can find set up to enable WiFi Calling, and it does work once in a while, but it seems to be getting worse. I was happy for first 30 days, and almost turned Verizon off. Now I am holding on to Verizon just in case. This is getting expensive, and I have to make a decision. Please help. Thanks, Will
Just want to add that I am right now looking at a little airplane, a full-strength WiFi symbol, and NO WiFi Calling message in the top bar. Texts and Signals are coming in fine. But cannot place or receive calls. Attempts to place a call give “No Network Connection … Connect to a WiFi network or disable airplane mode to place a call.” This is a very strange message from a phone that is 2 feet from the modem, showing a full-strength WiFi signal, next to multiple devices all transferring data over WiFi with no problem whatsoever - including the laptop I am using to write this message..