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Wi-Fi calling for other devices

Anyone know if O2 are going to support this useful feature? 

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Re: Wi-Fi calling for other devices

@dlt1972 

All Apple devices are supported.

All others listed here so keep an eye on it for updates 

https://www.o2.co.uk/connectivity/wifi-and-4g-calling

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Re: Wi-Fi calling for other devices

I'm not talking about Wi-Fi calling itself but the ability to use e.g.  your iPad to make calls via Wi-Fi when your phone is not nearby.

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Re: Wi-Fi calling for other devices

Not since Tugo was closed down and not likely to be offered in the future.

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Re: Wi-Fi calling for other devices

Shame. EE support it but I do want to drop them (EE is an ESIM on my iPhone).
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Re: Wi-Fi calling for other devices

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I can effectively get what I want by having a data plan on my Apple Watch so I'm OK there. I'm still not sure we're all singing from the same hymnsheet though. The WiFi calling on other devices does not depend on another app, it's a function of the phone app, as below.

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