Nokia 6 WiFi Calling TutorialWi-Fi Calling can be used when you are on the Wi-fi coverage signal. Wi-Fi Calling is easy to set up and use, using this features keep you stay the conversation when going.
Wi-Fi Calling is available on select your Nokia devices. Wi-Fi calling feature is turned off by default. To use Wi-Fi Calling you'll need, a Wi-Fi Internet connection, once you set up Wi-Fi Calling on your phone, you’ll be able to enjoy the benefits.
- Once enabled, Wi-Fi Calling works automatically.
- Domestic Coverage Area (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands): Connects when wireless network coverage is weak or unavailable.
- Outside of the Domestic Coverage Area: Connects anytime you connect to a Wi-Fi network , Use of Wi-Fi Calling may be restricted in some countries
- It works with your AT&T mobile number, Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile, ee, Three, O2, Vodafone, and wifi calling providers thath support with compatible your device, no new number or app required.
- Wi-Fi Calling works in the Domestic Coverage Area (U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Virgin Islands) and from most international countries.
Wi-Fi Calling Tutorial
Just follow the manual, tutorial instuctions in steps in your phone’s settings to get started. Wi-Fi Calling billing is based on the number being called or messaged and is the same no matter where the Wi-Fi network connection is made the wireless account provisioned with HD Voice.
Calling with Wi-Fi Calling
With Wi-Fi Calling, you can place a phone call if you have a Wi-Fi connection in an area with little or no cellular coverage.
- You can make calls to domestic numbers and receive calls with no additional charge and no impact on voice call airtime usage.
- For international calls, the rates from your calling plan or international long distance package apply.
- Your calls to premium numbers such as 411 will be billed at standard premium rates.
- Text messages you send or receive with Wi-Fi Calling count the same as regular text messages. You will be charged according to your current rate plan.
Using a Wi-Fi connection is generally faster and less expensive than using a mobile data connection. If both Wi-Fi and mobile data connections are available, your phone uses the Wi-Fi connection.
Turn on Wi-Fi on Nokia 6
- Tap Settings > Wi-Fi.
- Switch Wi-Fi to On.
- Select the connection you want to use.
Your Wi-Fi connection is active when network_wifi is shown on the status bar at the top of the screen.
How to turn Wi-Fi Calling
You can turn it on or off, from the home screen select Settings.
Here is the manual Wi-Fi calling:
- Swipe down from the Notification bar, then select the Settings icon.
- Select Connections.
- Select Wi-Fi Calling.
- Enter the desired address, then select Verify address.
- On your Phone, select Settings
- Select Wi-Fi Calling.
- Slide the Wi-Fi Calling switch to turn on or off.
- If turning on, select Enable.
- Enter your Emergency 911 Address, and then select Verify address.
- If the address is correct, select Use this address. If the address is not correct, select Enter a different address and try again.
- Select OK.
- Select OK.
- Turn WiFi calling ON/OFF: Select the On/Off switch.
- Quickly turn Wi-Fi calling ON/OFF: Swipe down from the Notification bar, then select the Wi-Fi Calling icon.
When Wi-Fi Calling is enabled, the call and video call icons will change to Wi-Fi calling icons. Making a call is the same whether on cellular or Wi-Fi. From the home screen, select the Phone icon > Dial pad > enter the desired number > Call icon.
When your phone is connected to Wi-Fi, Wi-Fi Calling is on, and a cellular connection is unavailable or poor, you'll see Wi-Fi after AT&T in the status bar to indicate that calls will be carried over Wi-Fi.
Making a call is the same whether on cellular or Wi-Fi. From the home screen, select Phone, dial the desired number, and then select the Call icon.
AT&T Wi-Fi Calling
Requires AT&T Wi-Fi Calling-capable smartphone and Wi-Fi network. Once enabled, phone automatically makes/receives calls/text messages over Wi-Fi in the U.S., Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands (“Domestic Coverage Area) if wireless network coverage is weak or unavailable, or outside of the Domestic Coverage Area anytime you connect to a Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi Calling is currently available on compatible iPhones with iOS 9.3 or later. Charges: (Voice) Wi-Fi Calls to domestic numbers will not incur additional charges (excluding calls to 411 and other premium numbers) and will not impact voice call airtime usage. International Long Distance: Wi-Fi calls to international numbers will incur international long distance charges.
Please visit att.com/worldconnect for a list of AT&T international long distance calling pay-per-use rates and available packages. (SMS/MMS) Text messages sent/received through Wi-Fi Calling count against the messaging usage limits of your plan. Service Limits: Use of Wi-Fi Calling may be restricted in some countries. See excluded countries at att.com/wificalling. If you move in or out of Wi-Fi coverage while on a Wi-Fi call your call will disconnect unless you have AT&T HD Voice coverage (911 calls will disconnect even if you are within HD Voice coverage). HD Voice not available everywhere.
To enable Wi-Fi Calling, must have postpaid wireless account provisioned for HD Voice. Visit att.com/hdvoice for more details. Cannot use Wi-Fi Calling to call 211, 311, 511, and 811. TTY Limitations for 911 Calls & Real-Time Text (RTT) Progress: Due to technical limitations, Wi-Fi Calling cannot be used with TTY devices and will not support 911 calls over TTY devices. Persons with communications disabilities can still reach 911 services by either (1) calling 911 directly using a TTY over the cellular network or from a landline telephone, or (2) sending a text message to 911 directly (in areas where text-to-911 is available) from a wireless device, or (3) using relay services to place a TTY or captioned telephone service (CTS) call from a wireless phone over the cellular network or from a landline telephone, or (4) using relay services to place a IP Relay or IP CTS call over a cellular data or other IP network. Visit att.com/wificalling for more information on Wi-Fi Calling, TTY and progress with RTT.
WiFi Calling Tips and Tricks
- If you want to track locations when satellite signals are not available, for example when you're indoors or between tall buildings, switch Wi-Fi on to improve positioning accuracy.
- When cellular service is available, your Phone uses it for emergency calls. If you turned on Wi-Fi Calling and cellular service isn't available, emergency calls might use Wi-Fi calling. Your device's location may be used to aid response efforts when you place an emergency call, regardless of whether you enable Location Services.
- Using Wi-Fi may be restricted in some countries. For example, in the EU, you are only allowed to use 5150–5350 MHz Wi-Fi indoors, and in the USA and Canada, you are only allowed to use 5.15–5.25 GHz Wi-Fi indoors. For more info, contact your local authorities.
- Use encryption to increase the security of your Wi-Fi connection. Using encryption reduces the risk of others accessing your data.