TELUS iPhone Wi-Fi Calling Not Supported “At This Time”


While Rogers has officially announced they would support Wi-Fi Calling for iPhone users in iOS 9, we now have confirmation TELUS will not be supporting the feature–for now.

According to a statement via email, a TELUS representative explained “At this time, TELUS does not have Wi-Fi calling for iPhone.” No other details were provided.

Wi-Fi Calling on iPhone requires carrier support to be enabled and allows customers to make and receive calls and texts over Wi-Fi, when there is no cell signal. This is convenient for those in areas of poor coverage.

Earlier today TELUS released their two-year iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus pricing, set to start at $400 and $530 respectively. Pre-orders for Apple’s latest smartphone kicks off tonight at 12:01AM PDT/3:01AM EDT.


  • 1His_Nibs1

    Sucks to be a Telus customer

  • Of course Rogers supports it because there are so many holes in their network 🙂

  • definingsound

    Telus will announce wifi calling support once Bell does.

  • It’s Me

    Well, it’s taken them well over a year and a full OS version to get it done since they first said they were going to support it. Guess their software support teams are as bad as their network teams.

  • ticky13

    Why? They are two different networks.

  • ticky13

    Hopefully Koodo customers get this at the same time as Telus. If I recall correctly, Telus and Koodo took a long time to get Visual Voicemail enabled when it was launched.

  • They have a shared 4G/LTE network

  • ticky13

    Ahh. Did not know.

  • definingsound

    Historically, Telus mobility has not been willing to be absent a service, that both its main mobility competitors have.

  • Pierre roy

    There’s telus visual voicemail? How…