If you live in the US, the Wi-Fi calling option is available for Sprint, and for T-Mobile. If you live in the UK, it is available for EE. If it doesn’t work, there are some easy solutions you can try. As always, we tend to provide the simplest, but most effective solutions, which is the case this time as well. In this article, you can find 5 ways to fix Wi-Fi calling on iPhone 6, all of them listed further down. Follow the instruction provided for each solution, and you will be able to use Wi-Fi calling again.
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5 ways to fix Wi-Fi calling on iPhone 6
Solution No.1: Make sure the Wi-Fi calling is turned on
Wi-Fi calling is not set to On, by default, so you need to do it yourself. Go to Settings, and tap on Phone, and set the Wi-Fi calling to On.
Solution No.2: Restart your router
If you are having the issue with the Wi-Fi calling at your home network, restart your router. Once you do so, check if the Wi-Fi calling is working.
Solution No.3: Turn Wi-Fi on/off
This can help as well: go to Settings, turn off Wi-Fi, and turn it on again. Sometimes, the simplest things solve the bug.
Solution No.4: Reset network settings
This solution is successfully solving various issues, including this one. It is listed among the 5 ways to fix Wi-Fi calling on iPhone 6, because many iPhone 6 users solved the problem by resetting network settings. To do that:
- Navigate to Settings
- Tap on general
- Choose Reset
- Reset Network Settings
Solution No.5: Restart your iPhone
Many times, when you have some kind of an issue with your iPhone 6, a restart will fix it, which is why you should try it. Press and hold the sleep/wake button, and drag the slider when appears. Your phone will be off. Do the same, to turn your iPhone 6 on.