WiFi Calling allows you to make and receive calls over a WiFi network if cellular service is weak or unavailable.
WiFi Calling is included with all Spectrum Mobile plans at no extra cost.
Currently, WiFi calling is available for select Spectrum Mobile devices, including:
The WiFi Calling feature can be turned ON in your device's Settings menu.
Note: Ensure your device has the latest software and carrier settings.
For specific instructions, visit our Device Help & Tutorials page and select your device.
Have questions? Read our WiFi Calling FAQs.
When you enable WiFi Calling, you'll be asked to register a physical address.
If you call 911 while using WiFi Calling, and the cellular network can't be used to determine your location, your call will be directed to emergency responders near the E-911 address you register.
It's recommended that you register the address at which you most commonly use your mobile device, such as your home. Also, if you move, you should update your E-911 address to ensure that 911 calls are routed to the nearest emergency services.
Learn more about calling 911 from your mobile device.
WiFi calls to U.S. numbers are free, even while traveling internationally.
WiFi calls to international numbers are billed as International Long Distance calls. International calling rates vary by country. Learn more.
Learn more about using your Spectrum Mobile phone abroad.