Rose Medical Center generally has very good cell coverage around most of the campus. However, there are a few areas that tend to have a weaker signal from some carriers. To ensure our employees can stay in communication with each other, we recommend those with iPhone and Android phones use the option for Wi-Fi calling. This setting allows the device to use the Wi-Fi network over the cellular network to make and receive phone calls. Please take the following steps for iPhone and Android to activate this setting.

Setting Up Wi-Fi Calling on iPhone

All of the Wi-Fi call settings are configured under the Settings applications button.

  1. First Select Wi-Fi
  2. Turn Wi-Fi on and select Guest_Access
  3. Then Press Settings in the top left corner
  4. Select Cellular
  5. Turn Wi-Fi Calling ON.
  6. Press the Settings in the top left. You can then press the home button.

Your phone will show that your Wi-Fi calling is now on and working.

How to Activate and Use Wi-Fi Calling on Android

  1. Go to your phone’s home screen
  2. From the home screen, swipe down from the uppermost part of the screen to expand the Notification bar.
  3. With the Notification bar opened, tap on the Settings icon located in the upper-right corner of your Android device’s screen.
  4. Open the Connections option from Settings
  5. Tap on the Wi-Fi calling option
  6. By default, Wi-Fi calling is disabled. Tap on the switch to turn the feature ON.
  7. A confirmation notice to send location information may pop-up. Tap on OK to continue.

Wi-Fi calling is now enabled on your device. The Samsung Galaxy S7 will automatically switch the connection. You can choose if you prefer to connect with Wi-Fi or with a mobile network.