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Does T-Mobile have Wi-Fi calling?

Here's how to turn on Wi-Fi calling on T-Mobile devices.
August 7, 2023

Wondering how Wi-Fi calling works on T-Mobile’s network? Honestly, it’s pretty much like all the others. You can use your home Wi-Fi connections to place calls and texts, even if you are in a building with poor phone reception. This brief guide discusses what you need to know about T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling.

Does T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling work with all phones?

Yes, as long as it supports HD Voice (VoLTE) standards that work with the T-Mobile network. That includes every phone sold by T-Mobile and almost all phones sold, even in unlocked form, in the United States.

How to enable Wi-Fi calling on T-Mobile

T Mobile logo on sign
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Apple iPhone

As long as you have an iPhone 6 or newer, you shouldn’t have issues using T-Mobile Wifi calling. You can turn it on by using the following steps:

  1. On your iPhone, open Settings.
  2. Go to Cellular.
  3. Tap Wi-Fi Calling.
  4. Tap the Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone toggle to turn it on.
  5. In the confirmation, tap Enable.


As long as it supports T-Mobile VoLTE standards, most Android devices will work just fine. This includes all Android phones sold by T-Mobile and the vast majority of unlocked phones sold in the US.

Here’s how you turn the feature on:

  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Type in Wi-Fi Calling into the search box.
  3. Navigate to the Wi-Fi Calling option and tap it to turn it on.

T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling not working?

Running into issues with Wi-Fi calling? There are a few things you should check that could possibly solve this issue:

  • Ensure your phone is properly connected to your Wi-Fi.
  • Ensure your OS is up to date.
  • Make sure Airplane mode isn’t on by mistake.
  • Ensure Wi-Fi calling is turned on in the settings.
  • Make sure your device is actually supports US Mobile VoLTE standards.

If you’ve checked the following and it makes no difference, you’re next move is to contact customer support.