What To Do If You’re In A Mobile Black Hole According To The Experts

The secrets on how to stay connected!

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Ever heard of Wi-Fi calling technology? Photo credit: Pexels.

While there’s no denying there are plenty of annoying things in life – screaming kids, noisy neighbours, hour-long lines for Santa photos – almost nothing is quite as maddening as going to make a call and finding you’re in a mobile black spot. Many of us even find them in our own homes and businesses.

Caused by a number of environmental factors (e.g. terrain, building construction or geography), mobile black spots, although frustrating, can be remedied.

And Telstra is working overtime to make this happen with their Wi-Fi calling technology.

The latest Wi-Fi calling technology is helping people stay connection. Photo credit: Pexels.

Wi-Fi calling is all about making mobile voice calls accessible in places even the best mobile network can’t reach.

“It is important we keep investing in developing new technology like Wi-Fi calling.”

- Ray Pratt, Licensee Telstra Mildura Store

Basically, Telstra customers who have a compatible handset* can now make and receive mobile calls wherever there is an accessible Wi-Fi connection, including over home Wi-Fi and at almost one million Telstra Air hotspots across the country. You’ll also be able to seamlessly transfer calls between Telstra’s 4G network and Wi-Fi on your handset… Even while the call is in progress!

 Wi-Fi Calling is the answer to your phone prayers! Photo credit: Pexels.

So, as long as you’re a Telstra customer, worry not about those pesky mobile black spots because, chances are, whether you’re at home or out in public, Wi-Fi Calling is the answer to your prayers!

With Telstra’s Wi-Fi Calling you can connect between the Telstra mobile network and an accessible Wi-Fi connection so you can stay in touch at home. For more information visit your local Telstra store in Mildura today.

*Apple iPhone 6 onwards, Apple Watch 3 onwards, Samsung Galaxy devices, S7 onwards, Note 5 onwards, Google Pixel 2 devices onwards, LG devices G6 onwards.

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19 November 2018

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