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I guess it comes under why is wifi calling so limited. What is different from o2 to say ee in that regard.
This is probably one of the most asked questions.
and why no sms over wifi or wifi calling in EU?
Both of which we had years ago with Tugo which was deleted because we were told wifi calling would replace it (which it hasn't).