Sprint started rolling out Wi-Fi calling for their phones back in January, but soon Sprint customers will be able to take advantage of the service outside of the United States. The feature, which allows users to place calls over Wi-Fi (usually a more reliable signal than any cellular network), but still using their personal phone number.
International WiFi calling, slated to be available in the coming weeks, will enable customers to make calls and send texts via WiFi in more than 100 countries. The service makes mobile communications possible virtually anywhere in the world and in nearly any network situation.
Slipping the switch for international support means that users will be able to call and text from their existing phone using their existing Sprint line, so long as their hooked up to a Wi-Fi network. The feature's said to be rolling out "in the coming weeks", we'll let you know when it goes live.
Where will you call from if you can use Wi-Fi to do it?