AT&T enables Wi-Fi calling for international travelers with iOS 9.3
AT&T iPhone users can now take advantage Wi-Fi calling while traveling abroad after updating to iOS 9.3, the carrier says. AT&T has begun alerting eligible users to the change via text message, noting that calls to and from the U.S. while using Wi-Fi calling abroad will not incur extra charges.
AT&T first enabled Wi-Fi calling with the iOS 9 update for the iPhone 6 and later. To take advantage of Wi-Fi calling abroad, users need to update to iOS 9.3 and install the latest carrier update when prompted. If you're enabling Wi-Fi calling for the first time, you can do so by heading to Settings > Phone > Wi-Fi Calling and toggling the option on.
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