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I have few questions about Wi-Fi calling which is available on my new iphone 6s.
Wi-Fi Calling in UK
- As far as I know wi-fi calling to UK numbers is treated as using your normal minutes allowance - which means that unlimited allowance means free wi-fi calling all the time but:
How does it work with wi-fi calling from uk to abroad numbers (like norway, germany or poland)
Wi-Fi calling from Europe
- Am I correct to say that wi-fi calling to uk numbers while being abroad is also treated as normal free-minutes allowances while wi-fi calling to abroad numbers (while being abroad) is charged as calling abroad from uk via mobile network
Wi-Fi calling from everywhere else
- Does it work as Europe?
Finally - when does wi-fi calling activates itself? Is it as soon as you are on wi-fi or when you are on wi-fi and have NO mobile reception?
Thanks in advance!!!
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Actually Vodafone wifi calling can be used from abroad to make free calls/texts to UK and also receive calls from UK. For this you need to subscribe to a VPN service which gives you a UK IP address, this fools Vodafone into thinking you're connected to a UK wifi network when clearly you're not.
Section 10 and 13 seem to suggest that any wifi calls are to be treated as normal calls even while in roaming: