Rose Medical Center generally has very good cell coverage around most of the campus. However, there are a few areas that tend to have a weaker signal from some carriers. To ensure our employees can stay in communication with each other, we recommend those with iPhone and Android phones use the option for Wi-Fi calling. This setting allows the device to use the Wi-Fi network over the cellular network to make and receive phone calls. Please take the following steps for iPhone and Android to activate this setting.
Setting Up Wi-Fi Calling on iPhone
All of the Wi-Fi call settings are configured under the Settings applications button.
- First Select Wi-Fi
- Turn Wi-Fi on and select Guest_Access
- Then Press Settings in the top left corner
- Select Cellular
- Turn Wi-Fi Calling ON.
- Press the Settings in the top left. You can then press the home button.
Your phone will show that your Wi-Fi calling is now on and working.
How to Activate and Use Wi-Fi Calling on Android
- Go to your phone’s home screen
- From the home screen, swipe down from the uppermost part of the screen to expand the Notification bar.
- With the Notification bar opened, tap on the Settings icon located in the upper-right corner of your Android device’s screen.
- Open the Connections option from Settings
- Tap on the Wi-Fi calling option
- By default, Wi-Fi calling is disabled. Tap on the switch to turn the feature ON.
- A confirmation notice to send location information may pop-up. Tap on OK to continue.
Wi-Fi calling is now enabled on your device. The Samsung Galaxy S7 will automatically switch the connection. You can choose if you prefer to connect with Wi-Fi or with a mobile network.