Wifi-Calling completely unreliable
I currently have two MicroCells in use in my house that just work without any problems. However, AT&T has decided to kill off the MicroCells and force people, in sparse coverage areas, to migrate to WIFI-Calling.
Wifi-Calling is horrible regardless of the ISP, bandwidth, or proximity to the Access Points.
What makes it horrible?
- The 10-15 second audio delay
- The number of successfully received calls is only 3-5 out of a 100.
- Text messages are delayed several hours, or cached until connected to mobile network again.
- When Wifi-Calling is active my device shows that I am in a different time-zone and Google location service says I'm 750-1150 miles away from my actual location.
Turn off the Wifi-Calling and my location immediately goes back to my actual location.
I get same the results with four different devices, multiple ISPs, at multiple locations, and multiple cities.