Now you can also Activate and use Wi-Fi Calling on Apple Watch, apart from iPhone. No matter which Apple Watch model you own, you can set up and use Wi-Fi network instead of your cellular network to make and receive calls. Normally, Wi-Fi calling on Apple Watch comes handy when there is feeble cellular network and your iPhone is not around. Let’s turn ON Wi-Fi calling on Apple Watch.
To enable Wi-Fi calling on Apple Watch, you need to set up Wi-Fi calling on your iPhone first. Once it is done, you can turn on Wi-Fi calling on your Apple Watch also to stay connected with your family and friends when your iPhone is too far to grab. Check the steps below and use Wi-Fi calling on your Apple smartwatch.
How to Enable Wi-Fi Calling on Apple Watch
Make sure you have activated WiFi calling on your iPhone.
Step #1: Open Watch app on your iPhone.
Step #2: Now tap on My Watch tab from the bottom menu.
Step #3: Next, tap on Phone from the list of apps.
Step #4: Finally, toggle ON the switch next to Wi-Fi Calling.
That’s all friends!
The best thing about this feature is that your incoming and outgoing calls will ride over Wi-Fi and not on cellular network when Wi-Fi calling turned on. You can use your Apple watch as your iPhone even as your paired device is not nearby or your iPhone is switched off. Make sure that your Apple Watch is in close proximity with a strong Wi-Fi network and your iPhone should be connected with the same Wi-Fi network. You can use this feature as iPhone automatically shares details about Wi-Fi networks with Apple Watch.
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