AT&T won’t prorate after cancellation

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Like most Wi-Fi, you need to connect and enter a password, if any, the first time. After that the Wi-Fi calling will be automatic when the wireless signal is weak. Note that the user must enable, or turn on, Wi-Fi calling as an optional setting to use it going forward.
 
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WiFi calling works well enough on modern cell phones and systems that I use it in my office at work, in the basement of a university library with no cell coverage. I have used it at a medical clinic, where cell coverage is also very poor, and even on a cruise ship in the middle of the Caribbean. I happen to use T-Mobile as my carrier, but it is now part of virtually all cell carriers. It is a great solution when you own a small business and need to be accessible, or when you have ageing parents, small children, etc.