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I've had issues with WiFi calling on every firmware, plus each version of Alliance. I'm currently on alliance b3 (nf6 based). The issues are of course intermittent, making them impossible to reproduce. Typically, the issue is that texts won't come in when connected to WiFi with WiFi calling enabled - I've gotten into the habit of toggling it on and off every hour or so to make sure I haven't missed anything. That seems to make it work again, but it's super annoying. I have seen TMobile support threads for this kind of issue on their site since the phone came out... Hopefully they're actually working on fixing it.
 
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Supposedly whatever they did my issue is resolved (so far).

If you are still having this issue talk to a tmobile rep and let them know a resolution was linked to ticket# 7561466. This was supposedly my ticket number.

If they give you some BS, i would push them, and advise them, this ticket was resolved and there should be no reason for your issue to follow the same resolution associated with the ticket number above.

Good luck to everyone with this issues.
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