Activating Wi-Fi calling

Samsung Galaxy XCover 4 on Android 9.0.0

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You can use Wi-Fi calling to make and receive calls in areas with limited or no cellular connectivity. If this option is not present on your device, or cannot be enabled, your carrier's network or your specific cellular plan might not support the feature.

  1. Note: Wi-Fi calling allows you to make and receive calls over a Wi-Fi network if cellular service isn't available. HD Voice must be activated to utilize this feature.

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  2. Step 1/7

    From the Home screen, tap the Phone icon.

    The indicator is in the bottom left.
  3. Step 2/7

    Tap the Menu icon.

    The indicator is in the top right.
  4. Step 3/7

    Tap Settings.

    The indicator is towards the top.
  5. Step 4/7

    Scroll to Wi-Fi Calling.

    The indicator is towards the bottom.
  6. Step 5/7

    Tap Wi-Fi Calling.

    Note: If necessary, follow onscreen instructions to enter a US address for use in the event of an emergency call. You can update this address at any time.

    The indicator is in the center.
  7. Step 6/7

    Tap or slide the Wi-Fi Calling switch to On.

    The indicator is in the top right.
  8. Step 7/7
    Step 7 of 7:

    You've completed the steps!

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