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Telus Extend - Inbound Call WIFI

dlongpre
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I'm using Telus Extend at home since LTE/3G coverage is not so good. Telus Extend is configured for Inbound WIFI call.

 

The problem is for Inbound/Receiving calls, both "bad coverage LTE/3G" and "WIFI via Telus Extend" receive those calls, and unfortunately the LTE win, and I have NO choice to take the call thru LTE/3G.

 

Is there any way when Inbound Call via WIFI is configured that Telus Extend get priority over the LTE/3G inbound call?

 

Hope you understand my question/concern.

 

One fix that I found, is deactivate the LTE/3G cellular network when I'm at home...  Is there any other option?

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NFtoBC
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Community Power User

 Duo gore wrote:

One fix that I found, is deactivate the LTE/3G cellular network when I'm at home...  Is there any other option?


That's it!

Your device is a phone first, and a computer second. If a phone signal is available to it, it will default there, no matter what. This is an issue not changable by software such as Telus Extend. 

 

If Wi-Fi calling is enabled by both the manufacturer, and the carrier, then the functionality you seek would be present, as it would be inherent in the phone, but we aren't there yet.

 

NFtoBC
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