The US Carrier provider Verizon Wireless executive has stated that the company would not be adding support for the Wi-Fi calling for its smartphones until sometime in mid-2015, stating that it will take “some technological work in our network to make it available.”
According to one of the report which claimed that the Verizon Communications CFO Fran Shammo has made those comments, which as a part of an address for the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Media, Communications and Entertainment Conference. The Shammo has also added that adding Wi-Fi calling support, which was not a big priroty for the company, adding, “We built our voice platform so extensively [that] there was never a need for us to tell our customers, ‘Oh, our network is not good enough so you need to go on Wi-Fi to complete your call.”
On the other side their is the news which also follows that of AT&T, has also confirmed it would not offer the Wi-Fi calling support until 2015. The Other US Network Provider T-Mobile has also offered that its customers which feature for a while and Sprint is adding it to a number of its Android Smartphones.
It simply cleared that the consumers of different network provider has to wait one more year to enjoy the Wi-Fi calling support in their Smartphones.