“Jio Wi-Fi Calling works on any Wi-Fi network across India and supports over 150 smartphones”
Jio has officially launched the voice and video over Wi-Fi calling feature that allows users to make much-clearer calls through Wi-Fi at no additional cost. The Mukesh Ambani-promoted operator says that it’ll work on any Wi-Fi network and isn’t limited to Jio Fiber, anywhere in India and supports over 150 smartphones. The telecom giant was testing the service over the past few months in various cities. The voice and video calls will seamlessly switch between VoLTE and Wi-Fi. Jio Wi-Fi Calling will be enabled all over India from now through January 16th.
How to enable Jio Wi-Fi calling on Android phones and iPhones
- To enable the Jio Wi-Fi calling feature on your Android phone, open Settings, and head to Connections (might vary on different models)
- There you can see the Wi-Fi calling option under the ‘Calling’ section. Just enable the toggle to make use of the Jio Wi-Fi calling
- To enable the feature on iPhone, head to Settings, and then to Phone. There you will find the Wi-Fi calling option. Turn it on to enable Jio Wi-Fi calling functionality.
The Jio Wi-Fi calling feature is included at no additional-cost and works with any existing recharge plan. It is compatible with over 150 smartphone models, including the iPhone 6s and later, Google Pixel 3, Pixel 3a and Pixel 3a XL, Samsung Galaxy S10, S9, S8-series, Redmi K20 and K20 Pro, POCO F1, Vivo, Motorola, TECNO, iTel, Lava, Coolpad, Infinix, Moblistar and Samsung mid-range phones. If you have a compatible phone, the Jio Wi-Fi calling feature should be enabled.
Akash Ambani, Director – Jio, said “At Jio, we are constantly innovating to enhance customer experience or solve their problems. At this juncture, when an average Jio consumer uses over 900 minutes of voice calls every month and at a growing base of consumers, the launch of Jio Wi-Fi Calling will further enhance every Jio consumer’s voice-calling experience, which is already a benchmark for the industry with India’s-first all VoLTE network.”