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#255748 27-Aug-2019 14:35
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I don’t know if this is a network issue or a phone issue but whenever I go outside the range of my Wi-fi, the call gets dropped. There is adequate mobile signal in the area and it happens everywhere I use Wi-fi calling. Is this a phone issue (iPhone Xs on iOS 12.4.1) or a network one?

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  #2306764 27-Aug-2019 14:39
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This is expected until VoLTE is in place, There is no handover from Wi-Fi calling to the 3G / WCDMA network

 

Edit: Corrected wording


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  #2306766 27-Aug-2019 14:47
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@AKT I have edited my post above as I worded it incorrect but this is not a fault


 
 
 
 


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  #2306768 27-Aug-2019 14:49
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So... WiFi calling stops working when WiFi isn't available... this one sounds tricky! πŸ™ƒ πŸ˜… 😜


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  #2306778 27-Aug-2019 15:13
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It's quite an annoying limitation. I actually have WFC disabled most of the time because if I need to step out of the office to take a call, it cuts off.


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  #2306827 27-Aug-2019 15:49
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Linux:

This is expected until VoLTE is in place, There is no handover from Wi-Fi calling to the 3G / WCDMA network


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Thanks for the info. The implication is that VoLTE is coming or have I misinterpreted that?

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  #2306838 27-Aug-2019 15:55
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AKT:
Linux:

 

This is expected until VoLTE is in place, There is no handover from Wi-Fi calling to the 3G / WCDMA network

 

Edit: Corrected wording

 



Thanks for the info. The implication is that VoLTE is coming or have I misinterpreted that?

Andy

 

Yes VoLTE is coming but not sure when (must be soon) but it's only going to be off the RCG (RBI2) sites at first as I understand


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  #2306850 27-Aug-2019 16:29
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AKT:
Linux:

 

This is expected until VoLTE is in place, There is no handover from Wi-Fi calling to the 3G / WCDMA network

 

 

 

Edit: Corrected wording

 



Thanks for the info. The implication is that VoLTE is coming or have I misinterpreted that?

Andy

 

all 3 providers have taken very different approaches to golive.

 

be it, area constrained, Device constrained or user constrained.

 

 





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