Sprint today has officially announced that it will be rolling out Wi-Fi calling support for its devices. To begin with, Sprint will only offer this service for the S4 Mini and Galaxy Mega. Amidst the rumors and speculations, it took quite long for Sprint to officially spill the beans on these tidings.
According to the released report, it is regarded that users on the Galaxy Mega and Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini will receive an OTA update to enable Wi-Fi calling. At present only users of these devices can take advantage of this feature, but it is reckoned that Sprint will roll out this feature to other devices also.
Wi-Fi calling proves as an advantageous resource during the time that you want to contact someone in cases wherein a person is resident in poor cellular reception area. Additionally, Wi-Fi calling doesn’t take away other usual benefits. Moreover, it proves as a utility to connect to people without having the additional cost of knowing about the individual’s whereabouts.
Therefore such development can be beneficial for people who are resident in less network connectivity areas and wherein Wi-Fi can prove helpful for carrying out the particular conversation. What do Sprint customers have to say about this development?