I have the Canada/US plan and the plan which allows 1000 minutes per month overseas to certain countries, so it really isn't an issue for me at all.
I'm sure Bill everyone thanks you for your being supportive. And you have no concerns while others do, seemingly trivializing their issues or dismissing them. That's why I have you on my ignore list.
@Dwayne888 People should buy the correct plan for their needs. No sense complaining about long distance when they don't pay for the long distance plan. Going on a suitable plan or adding a proper package is a lot better solution than complaining this and that should be "free". Nothing is free.
Hiding behind an ignore filter while putting someone down is certainly an odd way to make your point - and it is liked by the person who came out with a large number of incorrect statements and opinions.
@WestCoast I want WiFi calling too - and outside of Canada because some towers in the US aren't programmed very well. I don't run into a lot of places where I go in Canada that I have to have it, but there are definitely some - including a couple of places on the West Coast.
My point is that it isn't free and I don't think it is billed much differently than if I'm on a tower.
There's no app you can download to give you Telus WiFi calling. It's part of the firmware in the phone. Are you thinking of Skype or Google Duo or something like that? They aren't the same thing.
It would be nice to have WiFi calling outside Canada but at least it works in Canada so that's something.
"It would be nice to have WiFi calling outside Canada but at least it works in Canada so that's something"
All I asked is for what reason they are not allowing this outside Canada. There are a handful of countries where it is in fact illegal, but in the overwhelming majority of countries it is perfectly legal - and a huge number of mobile companies do in fact offer it outside of Canada.
I posted this because I was interested in what justification Telus had for not allowing this outside of Canada. The fact that they've been completely silent about it speaks volumes.
I contend that there is no reason to restrict it. If there were, Rogers and Freedom wouldn't allow it, nor would AT&T and a host of others.
Telus needs to up their game. I pay quite enough money for my Telus mobile service and I expect it to be on a par with the competition in all respects, not just Canadian coverage. Their lack of response is quite disappointing and annoying.