You can place calls from your Samsung Galaxy S7 over an available Wi-Fi network with the Wi-Fi calling feature. The feature is handy if you’re in a place with Wi-Fi and no voice signal. Enable or disable the feature with these steps.
- From the Home screen, select “Apps“, then choose “Settings“.
- Select “Advanced calling“.
- Select “Wi-Fi calling“.
- Slide the setting to “On” or “Off” as desired.
When this setting is set to “On”, your phone will automatically place calls over Wi-Fi if it is connected to a Wi-Fi network. You may notice much clearer, high-definition calls if connected to a strong wireless network.
You can also tap “When Roaming” to tell your S7 which network to use when roaming.
Why don’t I see this setting?
Not all carriers allow Wi-Fi calling on their phones, so the setting may be removed.