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I have Sprint Wi-Fi calling on my Galaxy S4 Spark. The voice quality is unuseable.

I was glad to get the OTA download because I have had no bars in my house for three weeks. I used to get 2-3 bars.

Wi-Fi calling would be a viable solution if it worked. But the voice is so broken all I can do is call back from a land line.
It's not my network. I have 30 MBs and Skype does video calls perfectly.

My service is in Cedar Park, TX (North of Austin).

Does anybody else have Wi-Fi calling? How is the voice quality?
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I have Sprint Wi-Fi calling on my Galaxy S4 Spark. The voice quality is unuseable.

I was glad to get the OTA download because I have had no bars in my house for three weeks. I used to get 2-3 bars.

Wi-Fi calling would be a viable solution if it worked. But the voice is so broken all I can do is call back from a land line.
It's not my network. I have 30 MBs and Skype does video calls perfectly.

My service is in Cedar Park, TX (North of Austin).

Does anybody else have Wi-Fi calling? How is the voice quality?

I had similar issues with the WiFI Calling update. Check your router and turn off IPV6 worked for me.
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I'm afraid that won't help. My router is pre IPV6.

It's updateable, but I never had a reason to.
 
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I'm afraid that won't help. My router is pre IPV6.

It's updateable, but I never had a reason to.
I just rebooted my cable converter. It's much better.
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