The iPhone 6 will let you make calls on Wi-Fi, will be available on EE in the UK

You don’t always have signal when you need to make a call, whether you’re on the tube, the train, or even at work. But chances are that you will have Wi-Fi in many of those places. Thankfully, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus will let you make calls via Wi-Fi so that you’re not necessarily out of touch.

EE has announced that it will definitely support the ‘new’ system, but there has been no word from other networks just yet.

Sorry Viber, but Apple’s pushing in on your territory.

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Tom Pritchard