wireless. now with
even more power.


With WiFi Calling, you can make and receive
calls over WiFi so you’re always connected.
Totally free. Totally easy to setup.





wireless. now with
even more power.

With WiFi Calling, you can make and receive
calls over WiFi so you’re always connected.
Totally free. Totally easy to setup.






wireless. now with even more power.

With WiFi Calling, you can make and receive calls over WiFi so you’re always connected. Totally free. Totally easy to setup.




Yep. Even in the
middle of nowhere.

Yep. Even in the
middle of nowhere.


Can’t get a strong cell signal at your home or office? If you’ve got internet, WiFi Calling is the perfect solution.

Can’t get a strong cell signal at your home or office? If you’ve got internet, WiFi Calling is the perfect solution.


Set up in seconds.
No app required.

Set up in seconds.
No app required.


Everything you need to start enjoying WiFi Calling is already on your phone. And here’s how to turn it on.

Everything you need to start enjoying WiFi Calling is already on your phone. And here’s how to turn it on.


Go to Settings > Cellular > WiFi Calling > Turn on WiFi Calling




frequently asked questions


What is WiFi calling?

WiFi Calling allows customers to make and receive calls and texts (SMS and MMS) over a wireless internet connection. Using WiFi Calling is easy – you won’t even notice you’re making a call over WiFi.

What are the unique benefits of WiFi calling?

WiFi Calling allows you to make and receive calls over WiFi using your existing phone number and doesn’t require any additional logins. It also can extend coverage in areas where no cellular network reaches and provide clearer audio quality. Plus, it’s available at no extra charge.

Does WiFi Calling count toward the minutes on my plan?

Nope. These minutes are on the house. Talk all you want over WiFi Calling without worrying about using voice minutes on your plan.

How do I set up WiFi Calling on my phone?

First, connect to your WiFi network. Go into your phone settings. Tap Phone or Cellular. Tap WiFi Calling and toggle this feature on. Then, you’ll just need to accept terms and conditions and make sure you’ve verified a valid physical address for 911 (a P.O. Box does not qualify). After that, you’re good to go.

Do I have to log into a WiFi network to connect?

You will need to connect to the WiFi network before your phone can use WiFi Calling over it. Once you’ve connected, you’ll automatically connect when WiFi is turned on.

How do I log in to a WiFi network on my device?

Go to Settings and tap WiFi. You should see a list of available WiFi networks appear. Tap a network you trust and enter the password to connect. After that, your phone will automatically connect to the WiFi network when you’re in range.

Once I turn on WiFi Calling, will my phone always use WiFi for voice calls?

WiFi or cellular – your phone will automatically make and receive calls on whichever gives you the fastest, strongest calling experience, even when you’re in range of WiFi. You can see which network your phone is currently using by looking at the network indicator in the upper righthand corner on your phone, which will either say “C Spire WiFi” or show “C Spire” for cellular calls.

Is WiFi Calling comparable to regular cellular calling?

Absolutely. You likely won’t even notice which network your phone is using when you make or receive a call.

Are there any technical requirements for WiFi Calling?

For WiFi Calling to work, you’ll need to meet the following technical requirements:

  • Access to a WiFi router with a high-speed internet connection
  • A phone with the WiFi Calling feature
  • A valid 911 address on file
Will WiFi Calling still work in Airplane Mode?

It sure will. As long as you’re connected to WiFi, your phone can use WiFi Calling.

Can I get picture and video messages over WiFi, as well as texts?

Yep. SMS and MMS messaging are both supported when you have WiFi Calling turned on.

What happens if I go out of WiFi range when I’m on a call?

If your phone makes a call over WiFi, you can lose connection when you’re too far out of range. The good news is you can call right back over our cellular network.

What if I need to call emergency services while traveling internationally?

If you’re traveling internationally and have an emergency, just turn off the WiFi Calling feature and use your cell service. Remember, not all countries recognize 911. So be sure to check which number to call for emergency services before traveling.