I've been trying to find a way to get my pixel 2 to connect to wifi for the calling. Rogers has it and I'm seriously considering switching as I live in rural Alberta, have a great wifi connection but horrible cell service.
I see they support phones that have been out for 1-2 years but nothing for the pixel, pixel xl or pixel 2 etc. Is there any answers out there as to why telus is so far behind the US. and Rogers? It seems silly that a carrier has zip for info in the forums as to testing and roll out either by schedule or any feed back.
Can anybody enlighten me?
@joshk: I believe it's only supported if the device is bought from Rogers. From what I've read online, you won't be able to turn on VoLTE or Wi-Fi calling with a Pixel 2 XL purchased from anywhere other than a Rogers store or Rogers' website.
I couldn’t find anything on Rogers website for phones other than iPhone, some Samsung, and some LG. You might want to do a test drive with other carriers on your phone before switching.
That list appears to be outdated. If you look at the technical specifications for the Pixel 2 XL on Rogers' website, you'll see that it supports Wi-Fi calling ("YES [Android Version 8.1]") as well as VoLTE.