With the FaceTime Audio, now the iPhone can make a free VOIP calls by using FaceTime app, without having any 3rd party apps or services. This simply means you can make a phone call to everywhere free of charge, provided that the receiver of that call is also having an iPhone and both are running on iOS 7.0 or the newer one. The FaceTime Audio call quality is amazingly crystal clear and seems far better than a typical cellular connection in any case. So here we have a new guide for you that how to make free VOIP calls on iPhone using FaceTime Audio.
Using the FaceTime Audio for the VOIP calls is extremely easy, and if you’ve already perform a FaceTime’s video chat ever before you will find it is not so different to begin a voice chat on the iPhone or even iPad:
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How To Make Free VOIP Calls On iPhone Using FaceTime Audio
- Open Phone app and then tap any contact name
- Find the “Face Time” option below the selected contact name, and tap the small phone icon to start a FaceTime’s Audio call
The real FaceTime Audio screen appears like a typical phone call, it’ll ring the specific contact as normal, and you will feel more convenience from ordinary voice calls with options such like speaker mode, mute and the opportunity to switch to a FaceTime video chat if needed.
FaceTime Audio is actually the best on the Wi-Fi networks or any unlimited cellular connections such as 4G or LTE, though it’ll also fine on limited bandwidth data packages. If you are using the same feature on a cellular data and you haven’t the unrestricted bandwidth, just see that how long that FaceTime conversation lasts and the amount of data you’re utilizing with VOIP call, as this FaceTime audio stream will have the sizable volume of bandwidth and you could possibly find yourself eating the a typical data plan in short time. Remember to observe a data use, and when possible, move to the Wi-Fi network to avoid any such cost.