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No it does not have this option available on any Vodafone provided Samsung handsets.
There is no question about the improved performance when you can't access the function as Josh advised below.
Don't ylu think that is a bit mis leading advise by @Josh. As this thread is all about video calling function with in the dailer and he confirmed that this is available in S9 which is not true.
All orher provider have no issue leaving that option available on all handsets but its only Vodafone eho don't have this in locked or even after unlocing the phone ehich ristricts user to take advantage if full functionality of the phone without rooting and in some extend this is illegal.
Does it rearlly make clear anything? Because the question was does Vodafone supplied Sansung phones have stock application to make video call us available or not but @Loz suggested a Vodafone's Call+ application? And aldo this in not an option only for Samsung handset but anyphone on Voda network can use this application to call other Voda customer only if they got tjis app installed.
Here we go again, if its something to do with Samsung then why this option to make video call with in phone's dailer is available on all other network operator's locked phones but not only on Vida locked phones.
Even this option is available in all display phobes in the Voda store as they are unlocked but the handsets customers recieving with Voda bloatware missing yhis option.
This all is confirmed by head office in 2016 but not able to resolve yet.
And if you read the dozens of blogs over the last few year on this matter you will see the problem seems to have been identified as Vodafone firmware, and it is to do with the phones being locked. [Removed]
I'm sorry for any confusion caused in the thread here @vicr76.
As @Alex has mentioned previously, due to the experience we'd seen from customers we removed the option as it didn't provide an experience that was consistent.
Should there be any changes to this function being available in the future, this will show on our blog - while at the moment this doesn't look promising, an option for you and others would be to use an alternative app to have video calls.
Got your point but what once the phone is ulocked we are still not able to use video call function and that ristricts the full use of the phone. All other providers all over world dont have this unseen issue but only Vodaphone provided handsets?
Don't you think this is all excuses?
Can you please tell me a single provider who don't have video calling option in their dailer as I have checked all providers in UK an India with no issues.
Any ways this is not a specific feature from network but a function with in phone so there is no reson to remove this.