Will I be charged if I use WiFi calling?
In most cases, Wi-Fi calling does not incur any additional costs. Most cellphone providers will treat Wi-Fi calls the same as any other call and deduct those minutes from your cellphone plan’s allotment. However, note that some public Wi-Fi networks may charge you an access fee to connect to their network.
Why am I being charged for WiFi calls?
Calls and texts made over Wi-Fi to numbers in the US don’t use our cellular network and don’t count against your mobile plan’s data allowance. However, the Wi-Fi network you’re connecting to may charge an access fee.
What is the downside of Wi-Fi calling?
Disadvantages of WiFi Calling
Like any other technology, WiFi calls, as great as they may seem, have their restrictions and areas where they fall short. Unreliable signal strength – in most public areas, especially crowded places like airports, hotels, universities and such WiFi signal is never strong and steady.