WiFi calling, otherwise simply known as VoWiFi, is one of the hottest features in India right now. For the uninitiated, this feature lets you place voice calls over Wi-Fi directly from your phone’s dialer. No need for WhatsApp and such third-party apps.

After Airtel, Reliance Jio is now the latest carrier to offer the VoWiFi feature in the country. The telco has a list of brands and select smartphones that are eligible for this function and more are expected to come on board with time.

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Smartphone brands compatible with Reliance Jio VoWiFi (Source)

There have been some difficulties with OnePlus devices, but the parties involved are in contact as they work on a future solution. For those on Asus 6z, the feature isn’t available officially, but with this workaround, you can start enjoying Jio’s VoWiFi on the device.

Seven Xiaomi phones are officially supported, although WiFi calling on the Redmi Note 8 Pro is only limited to Jio and no Airtel for now. On the other hand, Realme promised to bring VoWiFi to its devices via a software update and it seems plans are already underway.

Yesterday, we revealed a list of Realme devices that will receive the VoWiFi calling feature in the coming weeks alongside their timelines. Today, we have VoWiFi timelines for more Realme devices as provided by the company on Twitter.

Realme X, Realme 5 & 3 Pro VoWiFi arrives in February

Next month, owners of the Realme X, Realme 5 and Realme 3 Pro on Jio will be able to place voice calls over Wi-Fi. There is no exact date provided, but it’s possible the feature could roll out with the next security patch for either device.

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Realme 5 VoWiFi support coming in February 2020 (Source)

We would like to inform you that realme X will support VoWiFi tentatively by the month of February. Kindly stay tuned on our social media handles and official community portal for upcoming updates on the same.
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We would like to inform you that realme 3 Pro will support VoWiFi tentatively by the month of February. Kindly stay tuned on our social media handles and official community portal for upcoming updates on the same.
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As you can see, these are tentative dates, so anything could happen, including early or late availability of the feature.

Realme 3, Realme 2/Pro & U1 VoWiFi arrives in March

For those rocking any of the Realme 3, Realme 2, Realme 2 Pro and Realme U1, the support for VoWiFi calls will arrive in March. Like the rest, this date is not guaranteed.

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Realme 3 and Realme 2 VoWiFi support arrives in March 2020 (Source)

We are glad to inform you that your device realme 2 Pro will support VoWiFi tentatively by the month of March. Further, keep an eye on our social handles and community portal for more information regarding the same.
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We are glad to inform you that your device realme u1 will support VoWiFi tentatively by the month of March. Further, keep an eye on our social handles and community portal for more information regarding the same.
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We will keep an eye on these developments and let you know if there are any changes to the timeline and when the updates arrive.

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