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Default Will Note 3 support Wi-Fi calls?

Sure hope so and I hope the devs here get it to us faster than sprint ....... #stupidairrave
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What would you use wifi calling for because you could just use google voice over wifi with the number you already have.
 
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How do you do Google voice calls ?
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Sure hope so and I hope the devs here get it to us faster than sprint ....... #stupidairrave
Based on your "Stupid AirRave" comment, I'm guessing that are you looking for VOIP service for your N3?

Before you proceed, check the internet connection you plan to use to see if it's up to par.
http://voiptest.packet8.net/

If it passed then check out some options here:
http://download.cnet.com/android/web...-2349_4-0.html

Good luck.
 
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I use grove IP with a google phone number. Works ands sounds better than sprint with or with out using my airwave.

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Based on your "Stupid AirRave" comment, I'm guessing that are you looking for VOIP service for your N3?

Before you proceed, check the internet connection you plan to use to see if it's up to par.
http://voiptest.packet8.net/

If it passed then check out some options here:
http://download.cnet.com/android/web...-2349_4-0.html

Good luck.
I'm referring to http://m.cnet.com/news/sprint-adds-w...erage/57619272

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I'm referring to http://m.cnet.com/news/sprint-adds-w...erage/57619272

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FreedomPop is doing it on the Sprint network for cheap.
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Probably but I doubt anyone can tell you for certain right now.

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