I'm trying to figure out WiFi calling. In one form it's been around for a while. But there are now devices that offer WiFi calling feature. I was working at a construction site binthe middle of nowhere, no cell coverage for any network. Once we got the internet up and running with WiFi my coworker who has a Google phone with WiFi calling was able to make and received calls. So that's when I bought a phone that offered it. Went to same jobsite and it worked, cool. But, I have another job that is onthe edge of coverage, cell will work if you find a sweet spot and don't move. However, I have a great WiFi signal there, but cellular coverage seems to override the WiFi signal, so WiFi calling on or off makes no difference to call quality. I asked Ting tech support and was told I had to have cellular coverage to use WiFi calling it would just boost the signal. . . well how did I use it where there was no coverage. So, what is going on?
WiFi calling, what's going on?