Vodafone has announced that the UK mobile operator's Wi-Fi calling service is now available on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. Opting into the service will enable you to place calls in locations where mobile signal may be hard to come by a Wi-Fi network happens to be at hand. Whether you're inside a house with thick walls, down in the basement or even at a local coffee shop, Wi-Fi calling is a handy feature.
All you need to do is text CALLING to 97888, which will see you opted in. It's a neat addition to Vodafone's arsenal of services, and while the network may be prepared to pump £2 billion into its infrastructure, there are still spots where you'll have no signal at all, which is what Wi-Fi calling is hoped to fix temporarily. If you'd like to find out more about the feature, which follows EE's earlier roll-out, hit the link below.
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