Vi extends Wi-Fi calling service to Apple iPhone on phones running iOS 14.5

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Vi (Vodafone Idea) has extended its voice-based Wi-Fi calling service to Apple's iPhone. The telecommunications company has already provided Wi-Fi calling for certain Android smartphones and has now extended its functions to the iPhone as well. 

Vi announced that iPhones with iOS 14.5 will be able to use Wi-Fi calling services to make and receive voice calls over Wi-Fi networks instead of using existing cellular networks. This feature is useful in areas with poor mobile phone reception. 

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If users in these areas have a reliable Wi-Fi connection, they will get better voice quality without paying additional fees. According to Vi, all iPhone users who have updated their phones to iOS 14.5 (released last week) can use their smartphones to make calls over Wi-Fi if the reception area of ​​their phone is not tidy to get one. excellent voice quality. 

This feature is only available in some regions. According to Vi's website, the service is currently available in the Maharashtra and Goa, Kolkata, Gujarat, Delhi, and Mumbai circles. Having an Apple Watch) and app tracking transparency, allowing users to control which apps should be able to track activities in other apps and websites to provide personalized advertising and share data with third parties.

Here's how to enable Vi WiFi calling on your iPhone (iPhone 6s or later):

1. For this feature to work properly, the user must have valid Wi-Fi, a compatible phone, and a valid 4G SIM card.

2. iPhone user updates the OS is the latest version.

3. Go to Settings> Phone> and enable WiFi calling.

In addition to Apple phones, Vi currently offers Wi-Fi calling capabilities for smartphones from OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Samsung, and Xiaomi.

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