One might think that T-Mobile and Sprint NEED WiFi Calling. Verizon has built out its network without the need of WiFi Calling to almost all areas of decently dense population. Those in fringe areas or in environments like tall buildings and overly dense architecture and other obstructions might find little to no service in areas with any provider. As it stands, perhaps it isn't in Verizon's best financial interests to develop or implement WiFi Calling and better appropriations of efforts and money are better served keeping the network upgraded and functioning.
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I have tried numerous times to rectify the problem with no reception at my home. They have sent technicians out to check the towers. And their answer is there's no solution to my problem even though the tower is within 1 mile of my house and can be seen in the winter. Verizon has told me to change carriers that will rectify the problem. If they would introduce Wi-Fi calling that would rectify the problem. T-Mobile and Sprint both offer Wi-Fi calling. I guess my solution is to go to either one of those carriers. My reluctance he is that I have two iPhones and three iPads all would need to be changed.