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Thu, Aug 15, 2019 2:55 AM

Does AT&T support WiFi calls for Pixel 3

 I’m switching from an iPhone to an unlocked Pixel 3. I have no reception at my house, and just assumed (maybe naively) that WiFi calling was a giving with phones now.

 

So, does AT&T support WiFi calling on the Pixel 3?

 

Thanks!

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GLIMMERMAN76

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a year ago

Yes they do but you need to give att the new IMEI of the phone.  The pixel 3 series is the only non branded phone to get it.

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lizdance40

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a year ago


@CochleaDoc wrote:

Thank you! I was looking for a while and couldn’t get a straight answer.   Not surprised.  Users know stuff employees have no experience with.  

 

Most comments I’ve come across indicated people being unsure or that AT&A blocked this feature.  On other non carrier branded android it’s not available.  The pixel 3/3 xl is singular.  

 

 Was this a recent change?  No.  The pixel 3/3 xl was enabled for WiFi calling within a few days of its release.  

Not having Wifi calling is a deal breaker for me bc of my nonexistent cell service at my house.   We own 2, 3 xl (my son and I).  Both worked without calling At&t or getting my IMEi added.  I just swapped my sim and set it up.

 


 

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Thank you! I was looking for a while and couldn’t get a straight answer. Most comments I’ve come across indicated people being unsure or that AT&A blocked this feature. Was this a recent change? Not having Wifi calling is a deal breaker for me bc of my nonexistent cell service at my house. 

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