When you request to port out your phone number to another carrier, you

The person is talking on the internet

What is the difference between a call and a message?

You can use your phone in a variety of ways, thanks to the ability to use wi-fi calling. You can make and receive calls and send and receive messages. It’s perfect for when you don’t have bars or a weak signal

Do I need a specific device or not?

Yes. You need to use the following:

  1. A monthly bill for a Fido voice and data plan. The customers can’t use the internet
  2. You have anLTE sim in your device
  3. A compatible device

When prompted at the end of an OS installation, you should update your carrier settings

If you have these things, make sure your device’s call feature is on so you can make calls and send messages

Your device must have been purchased from Fido. If you have an non-fido phone, you can call it may be We can’t make sure that the feature will work on your device

If you don’t own a non-fido device, you won’t be able to use wi-fi calling

How do I turn on my phone’s internet?

  1. Go to settings and select the phone
  2. You can call the wi-fi
  3. You can turn on the wi-fi calling
  4. If you’re hooking it up for the first time, follow the instructions on your screen
  5. When the calling is ready, the status bar will show “Fido wi-fi”

How do I use my phone to call?

  1. Select on the main screen of your phone
  2. Select more The corner is in the right
  3. Select the settings
    call settings
  4. If you are already registered for the service You can move the switch to the ON position. The status bar will show the icon when the calling is ready
    Wi-Fi calling Enabled

    If it is your first time using the internet Click on the option to make a call. You can follow the remaining steps after you get to the wi-fi calling page
    Wi-Fi Calling

  5. Click on the link to register
    Wi-Fi Calling
  6. Enter your phone number and then select the verification code. You will receive a text message with your verification code
    Wi-Fi Calling
  7. Press the “Submit” button if you enter your verification code
    Wi-Fi Calling
  8. Accept the terms and conditions
    Wi-Fi Calling
  9. Press the Continue button if you enter your emergency address
    Wi-Fi Calling
  10. One version of your address will be displayed on the portal, and the other will be a Canada Post-recommended version. Canada Post’s version is the best for you to use. You will receive a text message when your address is verified
    Wi-Fi Calling
  11. Go back to the call settings and then switch the call to the on position. The status bar will show the icon when the calling is ready
    Wi-Fi Calling

How do I use my phone to call?

  1. Select The phone is a phonePhone The main screen of your phone has an icon
  2. Select More The corner is in the right
    More
  3. Select The settings are on
    Phone
  4. Select The person is talking on the internet The screen was on
    Wi-Fi Calling
  5. To register for the free service, you must click the link below
    The link is labelled 'Click here to register for Wi-Fi Calling or to update your existing Emergency Address'
  6. The verification code is required to accept the terms and conditions
    The link is labelled 'Click here to register for Wi-Fi Calling or to update your existing Emergency Address'
  7. Press the emergency address to enter it Continue
    The link is labelled 'Click here to register for Wi-Fi Calling or to update your existing Emergency Address'
  8. One version of your address will be displayed on the portal, and the other will be a Canada Post-recommended version. Canada Post’s version is the best for you to use. You will receive a text message when your address is verified
    The link is labelled 'Click here to register for Wi-Fi Calling or to update your existing Emergency Address'
  9. Go back to your phone’s settings if you want to connect to your local wi-fi network The phone is a phone, select More, select The settings are on The switch for the on position is where the wi-fi calling switch is located. The status bar will show the icon when the calling is ready
    The link is labelled 'Click here to register for Wi-Fi Calling or to update your existing Emergency Address'

You are all set to go after this. All of your calls and texts will go over the internet when you are connected to a wi-fi network

What kind of connection do I need to use?

You need to be connected to a public or private network to use the internet at home or at the coffee shop. Some connections may block ports, which could affect the function of the internet. The minimum download and upload speed is needed for making and receiving calls. You’ll be using data on your connection while using the feature. A one-hour voice call will use 75 MB of data

Does the data from my wireless plan get used by the wi-fi calling?

Nope. Your wireless data plan does not use up data when you use the internet. You will be consuming data when you make a call over the internet. Depending on your internet provider, overage rates and internet service charges might apply

How is the internet rated in Canada?

All incoming and outgoing calls and messages from a Canadian number will be taken from your voice minutes and messaging limits, which are included in your monthly plan. No long distance charges will be applied. Well, right?

If you go over your plan’s limit, you will have to pay overage fees or pay extra Pay-Per-Use fees. All outgoing messages and calls to non-Canadian numbers will be charged based on the rates in your plan

If your internet provider is set to a country outside of Canada, you may be charged for long distance and international messages

Can I use the internet while travelling outside of Canada?

Yes, you can. Certain charges may apply. Here are the details

If you’re travelling outside of Canada and using a plan that has a voice minutes and messaging limit, all the calls and messages you receive will be taken from that plan. Same goes for all calls and messages. You won’t incur long distance or roaming charges if you choose to

If you’re travelling outside of Canada and using a mobile network, all outgoing messages and calls will count the same as they do on a mobile network. Roaming and long distance charges can be different depending on your situation Fido, you should be roamingThe person is called “tm.” Pay-Per-Use rates are used

  • If you have a Fido Roam plan, you will be charged the daily rate for outgoing calls and messages to non-Canadian numbers. If you have already incurred this charge, all outgoing calls and messages will be deducted from the Fido Roam allocation
  • Long-distance charges will be added to the Fido daily charge for outgoing calls to a non-Canadian number outside of the destination

Pay-Per-Use rates are calculated If you don’t have a roaming add-on, you will be charged for outgoing calls and messages to a non-Canadian number

When will my device use the internet?

When you have access to both the mobile network and a strong-enough wi-fi signal, your device automatically defaults to using wi-fi calling This applies when you are in Canada and outside of Canada

When you have access to both the mobile network and a strong-enough wi-fi signal, your device automatically defaults to using the free service. If you have an older version of the software, your device will default to using the mobile network when in Canada and to using the internet when roaming outside of Canada

When you have access to both the mobile network and a strong-enough wi-fi signal, your device automatically defaults to using the free service. You can change the settings on your device to switch the default setting to the mobile network

How do I switch between the two networks when I’m on the phone?

When you move between the mobile network and the internet, your call will stop. To make sure your call doesn’t go away, you should stay in your network’s range for the duration of the call. If you have an Apple, that’s okay It’s called VoLTEOr an operating system It’s called VoLTEIf you are moving between the two networks, your call should not go down. You can see where you are covered by our mobile network by visiting rec-canada.com/coverage

Do location-based calls work with wi-fi?

When you’re using a phone that’s outside your local area, you can get mixed-up when you call location-based services such as 3-1-1. Your phone will assume that you’re calling from your local area. Even though you are not in the area, you will still get information about it when you reach service centres

Can I still use my existing wireless service features?

If you have any of the following features, you won’t be able to use the internet

  • Data is being blocked
  • A type writer
  • UMA is a hot spot

To hook up, you need to remove features from your account

Can I make a call to the emergency number while travelling in Canada and the US?

We recommend making emergency calls over the phone

If you plan on using the internet while travelling in Canada or the U.S., you should update your emergency address in your phone’s settings. If you call the emergency services, you will be given your emergency address

What happens if I try to make a call from a foreign location?

Emergency calls made using the internet will not be supported. Emergency calls can be made over a mobile network

What if I have trouble with the wi-fi calling feature on my device?

If you have trouble using the feature, contact us You can contact us at rec-canada.com

How can I use the phone’s cellular service on my phone?

If you have already activated the service, you need to turn it off and then on again to use it

If you haven’t activated the phone yet, you should do so

  1. Go to it The settings are on And then select The phone is a phone
  2. You can turn on the wi-fi calling. Follow the instructions on your screen if you are hooking it up for the first time

Before you use the latest version of the phone, make sure you use the latest version of the software

The terms and conditions are there

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