Wi-Fi Calling is a service Sprint offers free of charge. It allows you to make and receive phone calls over most Wi-Fi networks.
When Wi-Fi Calling is on, the Wi-Fi networks
you are connected to will be used for your calls.
You can make calls over a Wi-Fi connection even
if your wireless signal is low, and best of all, if you have a
limited Talk plan, Wi-Fi Calling doesn't count against your
Wi-Fi Calling is a free service that allows you to make and receive phone calls over a Wi-Fi network, even when your wireless signal is low.
If you have a limited Talk plan, Wi-Fi Calling
doesn't count against your minutes. Once connected, you place and receive calls
just like normal.
Can I make and receive Wi-Fi calls over a public Wi-Fi network?
Yes, many public Wi-Fi networks allow Wi-Fi calling. Some require extra steps to connect to the network.
Before making calls, ensure your device is connected to the public Wi-Fi network and has Internet access. If you are unable to place calls, check your Web browser for additional steps. If you notice poor voice quality on public Wi-Fi network, either disable that network or temporarily turn Wi-Fi Calling off.