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    Hey everyone, I am wondering if there is wifi calling for T-mobile Radar?
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    it works on my wifes.
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    Please explain how it is working? I was not aware of this feature.
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    No WiFi calling on radar
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    WI-FI calling is available on my Radar.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorjonny View Post
    No WiFi calling on radar
    Works on mine. Also works on the Radar my T-Mobile account manager uses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by masherro View Post
    Works on mine. Also works on the Radar my T-Mobile account manager uses.
    do you know how to enable it? i have terrible reception at my house and could really use it.
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    The Radar has WiFi *data* but I don't believe any Windows phone supports WiFi *calling.*

    (For those who aren't familiar, WiFi calling is a feature T-Mo introduced a while back that allows you to place phone calls over your WiFi connection when you've got one instead of using the GSM/HSPA+ network. If you have the right plan, the minutes don't come out of your allotment either. It's great if you're in the basement and get lousy signal there, or if you're in an area that doesn't have good GSM coverage.)
    Last edited by brmiller1976; 01-18-2012 at 01:59 AM.
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    UMA is the best feature ever and T-mobile should advertise it more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crystinonfire View Post
    UMA is the best feature ever and T-mobile should advertise it more.
    Just tried it right now and it works. I shut off the cellular connection and made a call. Worked just fine :D
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    OMG, IT DOES WORK. #winning

    Are you able to get MMS via wifi? I haven't been able to....
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    Are you all SURE this works? When turning off cellular, you're turning off your phone's cellular DATA (says so right there next to the cellular toggle switch). This doesn't turn off cellular VOICE functionality, AFAIK. In other words, just because you turn off "cellular data" and can still make a call, I don't think that means you're calling over WiFi...
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    I think you're right. I just put my phone in airplane mode and turned on wifi, and I can't make calls. (which I could do on my Blackberry, which had true wifi/UMA calling)

    #bummer
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    Sorry. Didn't mean to put out your fire, crystin. :(

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