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Is there anymore news when Pixel 3 will be enabled for WiFi calling as I see since the post by Chris_K the HTC U11 and Doro 8035 looked to have been added.
My partner now has the Pixel 3 after swapping from iPhone 6 and really benefited from WiFi calling as the signal in our flat is so poor she doesn't get a signal. We have requested a signal boosted from O2 but after having spent 45 minutes being passed to and from 4 departments nobody was prepared to help.
Any sort of time scale would be great appprciated and I look forward to hear from you
Hey Phil. Nothing new to share since the last update, but the good news is that we are on track with our plans to bring Wifi Calling to the Pixel 3 soon. We're not quite at the stage we're ready to share any ETA, but we do hope to have some great news to share in the coming weeks, subject to successful testing.
Googled this as frustrated with the same issue and one of the search results is the below o2 page which tells you not only how to turn of wifi calling on the pixel 3 but also how to turn on 4g calling. The screenshots aren't the same as what show in my o2 purchased pixel 3 xl so im hoping there will be an impending update pushed out to enable this???
O2's social media team have told me via twitter this morning that the o2 online help pages are incorrect and shouldn't show how to enable WiFi calling and 4g calling on O2 pixel 3 devices as they aren't supported and that they have requested the O2 online help pages for the pixel 3 devices are updated to remove this info. I do find this increasingly frustrating that nobody can clearly tell O2 customers what the truth is regarding this. Pushing out confusing messaging via your online help pages that say functionality is live whilst at the same time twitter saying it's definitely not supported and then whisperings on the community forum of testing taking place. #confused #makeiteasy #talktootherdepartmentsplease
This is extremely disappointing, it is now over 3 months since the Pixel 3 was launched and is now
a product which O2 sells. There is still no support for a capability that is available on other Android devices and is better supported by other Network Operators for texts as well as calling. I have been a loyal customer of Cellnet/O2 since September 2000 and am now seriously thinking of leaving when my current SIM contract ends shortly due to O2's increasingly uncompetitive offering and lack of meaningful support.
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