How do I enable Wi-Fi Calling on my Samsung phone?

Last Update date : Jul 16. 2021

Use Wi-Fi to make and receive calls anywhere without having to connect to a mobile network. Once you have enabled Wi-Fi calling, ensure you are connected to a strong Wi-Fi connection in order to call a contact. You can also enable Wi-Fi Calling via your Settings > Connections > Wi-Fi Calling.

Please Note: Wi-Fi calling will be subject to availability depending on your network provider. This guide is designed for Australian variant Galaxy devices, if you have an international device and require further support click here to get in touch with your Samsung device. Screenshots were captured from a Galaxy A51 operating on Android OS Version 10.0 (Q), settings and steps may vary depending on your Galaxy device and sofware version.

1 Swipe down on the screen to access your Quick Settings and tap on Wi-Fi Calling to enable
Enable Wi-Fi Calling on Quick Settings
2 Launch the phone app icon Phone app
Launch the phone app
3 Select a contact to call
Search for a cotact to call
4 When Wi-Fi Calling is enabled and a mobile network cannot be found you will notice wifi-calling-icon appear above the contact you are calling. If a network has been found you will be able to view HD icon
Viewing Wi-Fi Calling and HD calling

If  you require further assistance, please consult the user manual from our Manuals & Downloads page or contact our Samsung Care Australia experts on 1300 362 603 (Toll Free in Australia). Otherwise, you can also contact our Chat Support team or reach us through Samsung Members. Check out our guide Using Samsung Members for more information. 

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