The T-Mobile Nexus 6 will soon receive an update with the WiFi calling feature, a report has revealed. The smartphone was said to be getting the update sometime in early 2015, but the carrier apparently came across some bugs during the initial testing phase. This bug will supposedly take about 7-10 days to fix, so we can expect an update sometime after that.
The addition of WiFi calling will go a long way in making the lives of the customers a lot easier. Most new devices come with this feature by default, but it has taken the carrier sometime to enable the feature on Google’s premier Nexus device.
With WiFi calling, users can save on voice minutes and place calls to users over a WiFi connection. Customers can register their home WiFi networks to support this feature. We’re yet to learn about a precise rollout date for this, but we’ll make sure you’re the first to know when the update is ready.
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Via: TMo News