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Hi


I was advised that 2 Degrees had a product as outlined in title, i.e. if you were in an area where you had terrible mobile coverage, if your phone was connected to internet via other means it would route the mobile call via VOIP to your mobile phone.


I cant seem to find details on their website, about this service though, anyone know anything about it?


 


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  #2177098 12-Feb-2019 12:02
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Wi-Fi calling and it's a fantastic service and I have used around the world no issues

 

https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/help-and-support/mobile/products-and-services/wifi-calling/

 

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  #2177101 12-Feb-2019 12:04
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Works great except when I start a call in my house and drive down the road lol

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  #2177104 12-Feb-2019 12:05
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Wi-Fi calling and it's a fantastic service and I have used around the world no issues

 

https://www.2degreesmobile.co.nz/help-and-support/mobile/products-and-services/wifi-calling/

 

John

 

 

 

 

I was using it from Turkey last week, variously from hotel Wifi and hotspot on my iPad with a local Turkcell SIM in it.





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  #2177109 12-Feb-2019 12:06
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myfullflavour: Works great except when I start a call in my house and drive down the road lol

 

 

 

The intention is to fix that when we launch VoLTE. It's hard to handover from VoWifi to circuit switched cellular, but handing over from VoWifi to VoLTE is a specifically supported case.





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  #2181081 15-Feb-2019 19:04
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Thanks, we are with Vodafone, do they have a similar product?


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  #2181094 15-Feb-2019 19:47
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On Vodafone you can get a SureSignal to plug into your broadband connection to give in home mobile coverage.




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  #2181096 15-Feb-2019 19:50
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wifi calling doesnt work the best if you dont have 2d signal in your area but do have vf roaming on 2d.





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  #2181489 17-Feb-2019 13:04
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hio77:

 

wifi calling doesnt work the best if you dont have 2d signal in your area but do have vf roaming on 2d.

 

 

 

 

If Wifi Calling is enabled, it will always be used in preference to cellular.





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  #2181490 17-Feb-2019 13:08
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coffeebaron: On Vodafone you can get a SureSignal to plug into your broadband connection to give in home mobile coverage.

 

 

 

Except there are two differences; if you have a supported handset already you don't need to buy anything to use 2degrees Wifi Calling, and also Wifi Calling can be used anywhere in the world.





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  #2181546 17-Feb-2019 16:37
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SaltyNZ:

hio77:


wifi calling doesnt work the best if you dont have 2d signal in your area but do have vf roaming on 2d.



 


If Wifi Calling is enabled, it will always be used in preference to cellular.



Really need to drag you out one day my way to see the weirdness of it....




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  #2181585 17-Feb-2019 17:57
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hio77:

 

Really need to drag you out one day my way to see the weirdness of it....

 

 

 

Are you running a custom Android ROM or something? Using Wifi Calling over cellular is an operator setting.





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  #2181622 17-Feb-2019 18:56
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hio77:

Really need to drag you out one day my way to see the weirdness of it....

 

With my iPhone at my parents place (which roams to Vodafone) I can make a call using WiFi calling absolutely no problems. Agreed however regarding handover back to the cell network - really would love to see this resolved as I always fall into this trap at home.





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  #2181623 17-Feb-2019 19:00
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michaelmurfy:

hio77:

Really need to drag you out one day my way to see the weirdness of it....


With my iPhone at my parents place (which roams to Vodafone) I can make a call using WiFi calling absolutely no problems. Agreed however regarding handover back to the cell network - really would love to see this resolved as I always fall into this trap at home.



VoLTE will see handover sorted but when will NZ see 4G calling @saltyNZ

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  #2181659 17-Feb-2019 20:08
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SaltyNZ:

hio77:


Really need to drag you out one day my way to see the weirdness of it....


 


Are you running a custom Android ROM or something? Using Wifi Calling over cellular is an operator setting.


Nope. Native mate 20 pro.

Also able to replicate on a s8 and s9. All stock firmware non rooted. (Samsung devices are both off the shop floor in 2d.)


Soon as I go flight mode so it doesn't see the vf roaming its happy to activate WiFi calling.




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  #2181668 17-Feb-2019 20:53
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michaelmurfy:

 

hio77:

Really need to drag you out one day my way to see the weirdness of it....

 

 

 

With my iPhone at my parents place (which roams to Vodafone) I can make a call using WiFi calling absolutely no problems. Agreed however regarding handover back to the cell network - really would love to see this resolved as I always fall into this trap at home.

 



VoLTE will see handover sorted but when will NZ see 4G calling @saltyNZ

 

 

 

That I can't say, I'm afraid.





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