How to disable WiFi calling in Realme smartphone

Airtel and Jio have announced the Wi-Fi Calling feature for their users. But not all can use it. You require a smartphone that can support this feature. As promised earlier the VoWifi feature will be available to all Realme devices and now Realme has fulfilled it and has completed the roll-out of the WiFi calling feature to all existing Realme devices. Here you can check How to disable WiFi calling in Realme smartphone.

What is WiFi Calling?

VoWiFi or Voice over Wi-Fi is a complementary technology to VoLTE and utilizes IMS technology to provide a packet voice service that is delivered over IP via a Wi-Fi network. Where possible, VoLTE calls may be seamlessly handed over between LTE and Wi-Fi and vice versa.

In simple words, it enables users to use smartphones that support VoWiFi to dial numbers to use voice when a Wi-Fi connection is available. Users can make outgoing calls even where there is poor cellular connectivity and is designed to address problems of insufficient coverage, especially indoors. So, the VoWiFi enabled SIM is required but it uses the Wi-Fi network to actually make the calls.

How to disable WiFi calling in Realme smartphone

Step 1: Connect to a Wi-Fi network

Step 2: Go to the Settings app and select SIM Card & Mobile Data option and Tap on SIM 1 (Make sure you have Airtel/JIO SIM inserted)

Step 3: Then select the option Wi-Fi calling and off it on. Under the Wi-Fi calling preferences, you should select Wi-Fi calling preferred option.

Step 4: In some time, you can see VoWiFi calling icon in the status bar

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