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AT&T Wi-Fi calling finally coming for Android, starting with the LG G4

At long last, Wi-Fi calling is on its way to phones on AT&T. Unfortunately, it’s probably not on your phone yet, unless you’re the proud owner of an G4. 

AT&T says that the capability, which has been available on the since late last year, will be coming to more devices soon. Given that the G4 is last year’s model from , it’s a rather peculiar choice considering the more popular phones out there like the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge, or the newer G5.

You’re eligible for Wi-Fi calling on your G4 if you have a postpaid wireless account set up for HD Voice. The feature lets you make and receive calls and texts over Wi-Fi to any U.S. number, even if you’re overseas.

The impact on you: Having used this with an I’ve found you get very clear calling and are less likely to miss calls if your house is a cellular dead zone, as the phone will pick them up over Wi-Fi. It’d sure be lovely if this actually comes to some current-generation flagships, but that’s going to require AT&T to work with lots of different partners.

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