T-Mobile could enable Wi-Fi calling on the Google Nexus 6 this weekend

A new Tweet from T-Mobile Senior Product Manager Desmond "Des" Smith hints at the fact that the Google Nexus 6 will get Wi-Fi calling capabilities this Memorial Day weekend. Although Smith doesn't specifically mention this, he does imply that the Nexus 6 will make for a happy Memorial Day weekend.

Back on May 12th, Smith announced that a last-minute bug discovery has delayed the OTA update that will bring Wi-Fi calling to the Nexus 6 by up to ten days. As that timeframe is set to expire this weekend, connecting the dots seems to be an easy task to accomplish. 

Back in October 2014, T-Mobile announced that it will be the only US carrier to enable Wi-Fi calling on the Google Nexus 6. Back then, the feature was said to be enabled at some point in early 2015, but it looks like the carrier has stumbled into a few problems in the process.

Carrier-enabled Wi-Fi calling is a pretty sweet feature if you live or work in places where you have access to a Wi-Fi network but generally poor carrier signal. The feature will allow the Nexus 6 to place calls through the Internet when the mobile signal isn't strong enough to place a call.




Posts: 1461; Member since: Mar 09, 2010

What a joke...you can make wi-fi calling without a carriers permission in fact I have been doing this with Google voice since 2010 with the Evo 4G from Sprint...really.

3. jesusnexo unregistered

you dont get what this wifi calling is it do you?

1. waddup121 unregistered


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