Network coverage across all networks has improved dramatically with the roll-out of 4G, and will continue to do so as they race to bring 5G speeds to us too.
The great news is that most handsets now have a service called 'WiFi calling'. When enabled, this means that your phone will use a WiFi signal to make and receive calls.
To enable WiFi calling you can find how to do this for iOS and Android here. Once set up you’ll be able to make and take calls wherever you have a WiFi connection, so you can stay in touch in more places than ever.
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With Wi-Fi Calling, you can make or receive a phone call if you have a Wi-Fi connection in an area with little or no cellular coverage. Learn how to make a voice call using Wi-Fi Calling.