If you are experiencing problems getting a cell signal from your work space or from other areas of the campus, WiFi calling (sometimes called Voice over WiFi or VoWiFi) may be the answer. Voice over WiFi is available on the ATSU wireless network for the carriers noted below.
What is Voice over WiFi calling?
Wi-Fi calling allows you to use the ATSU network to make or receive calls when your cell signal is weak. Assuming that your carrier supports it, you’ve activated the appropriate setting(s) on your phone, and you’re connected to the ATSU network, WiFi calling should run automatically whenever you need it. All the calls you make and messages you send through Wi-Fi calling, appear as normal in your usual messages app and call logs.
What will it cost?
There is no charge to utilize WIFI calling on ATSU campuses.
Is it difficult to set up?
Many carriers and cell phones allow WiFi calling and it usually takes under 5 minutes. You can go to settings on your cellular device and set it up yourself. Below are help links for the major carriers.
Once you have set up WiFi calling on your device, we recommend that you join the WiFi Calling User Group. As a member of that group, you can ask questions or join discussions with other WiFi calling users.