T-Mobile wants WiFi calling on Windows Phone 7

T-Mobile wants WiFi calling on Windows Phone 7
While speaking at the Mobile World Congress over the weekend, T-Mobile brought up their hopes of bringing their successful WiFi calling capabilities to other platforms in the future, including Windows Phone 7.

Currently, this Wifi calling capability is available on a bunch of handsets including some Android-powered smartphones. While speaking at the MWC, T-Mobile said that roughly 5 million of their 34 million users are taking advantage of this feature.

Joshua Lonn, T-Mobile’s Director of Product Development, said they would like to bring the WiFi calling service to Windows Phone 7 as well as expanding it to all of their Android devices in the future. T-Mobile has several Android devices, but only one WP7 at this moment in time. More Windows Phone 7 devices are surely on the way, however. Tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: WMPoweruser




Posts: 1; Member since: Feb 21, 2011

T-mobile actually have two windows phone devices the HD7 and Dell venue pro Would be nice if all the smartphones wouuld get this feature.

2. ej unregistered

rocky we didnt put out the dell venue dell did, its exclusively sold from dell its just runs on our network the same with the nexus s

3. UStudio unregistered

Hurry up please.

4. TR unregistered

WiFi calling is a must have. I can't believe Microsoft doesn't have someone working on this right now. I hope its being handled by a PM who knows how to get things done.

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