Sprint blesses Samsung Galaxy S5 with Wi-Fi calling
Sprint on Wednesday confirmed that its version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 will receive an update that enables Wi-Fi Calling. Slated to roll out over the next few weeks, the Galaxy S5 marks Sprint’s seventh device capable of the feature. Sprint’s Wi-Fi Calling is a free service that allows for calling and messaging over your Wi-Fi connection.
Looking ahead, Sprint plans to deploy International Wi-Fi calling in the coming weeks. Once enabled it will let customers make calls and send texts via Wi-Fi in more than 100 countries.
Other devices capable of using Sprint Wi-Fi Calling include:
- HTC One Max
- Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini
- Samsung Galaxy Mega
- Samsung Galaxy Note 3
- Samsung Galaxy S4 with Sprint Spark
- Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport (coming soon)
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