Vodafone is brining Wi-Fi Calling to Samsung hardware later this year. The company will launch the feature on the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge this autumn, allowing owners to place calls using a Wi-Fi connection. Should you find yourself often located inside a building (be it an office or your home) with poor signal, this may be the ideal solution for you.
The UK mobile operator's Wi-Fi Calling even works on the London Underground. All you need is a Wi-Fi connection and you're good to go. It's 2015, who needs mobile network connectivity anyway? Wi-Fi calling from Vodafone follows the launch of HD Voice and 4G+, further enhancing the experience offered to customers nationwide.
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