1. ansa82's Avatar
    This is a tree feature isn't it? Just have to activate it?

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    01-10-2016 01:23 PM
  2. ansa82's Avatar
    Duh FREE not tree

    Posted via the Android Central App
    01-10-2016 01:24 PM
  3. Ry's Avatar
    It is a free feature.

    Posted via the Android Central App on the Moto X Pure Edition
    01-10-2016 01:29 PM
  4. wckesq's Avatar
    Hopefully, we will have wifi calling soon too. Service is spotty at my office and this would be a welcome feature for me.
    01-10-2016 01:46 PM
  5. jimbo1mcm's Avatar
    Think you have to have it activated in your MyVerizon account. Think the default position is on. If you have a Network Extender, it interferes with it and you have to turn it off to keep the Network Extender connected. WiFi calling on the way.
    01-10-2016 03:17 PM
  6. ansa82's Avatar
    It is a free feature.

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    Thanks!

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    01-10-2016 04:29 PM
  7. ansa82's Avatar
    Think you have to have it activated in your MyVerizon account. Think the default position is on. If you have a Network Extender, it interferes with it and you have to turn it off to keep the Network Extender connected. WiFi calling on the way.
    Ok thanks! Ps what's a network extender?

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    01-10-2016 04:30 PM
  8. jimbo1mcm's Avatar
    A Network Extender is a device that acts like a mini-cell tower. It is for use in areas where your phone signal is really marginal. It plugs into your computer and uses the internet and Verizon to setup a femtocell which is a min-cell signal. Works quite well. The one I have is made by Samsung for Verizon and originally cost me $250. Once wi-fi calling is implemented, they will be obsolete.
    01-11-2016 01:14 AM
  9. ansa82's Avatar
    A Network Extender is a device that acts like a mini-cell tower. It is for use in areas where your phone signal is really marginal. It plugs into your computer and uses the internet and Verizon to setup a femtocell which is a min-cell signal. Works quite well. The one I have is made by Samsung for Verizon and originally cost me $250. Once wi-fi calling is implemented, they will be obsolete.
    Thanks! I was asking for my daughter who owns this turbo 2 and wants to activate advanced calling, she is on campus. What she has is a lame college wifi signal lol

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    01-11-2016 07:58 AM
  10. jimbo1mcm's Avatar
    Make sure you understand the difference. A network extender is just for the phone signal, not for wi-fi.
    01-11-2016 01:53 PM
  11. ansa82's Avatar
    Make sure you understand the difference. A network extender is just for the phone signal, not for wi-fi.
    Yep I get it. She doesn't have anything like that at school.

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    01-11-2016 02:13 PM

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