Wi-Fi calling is nothing new to most T-Mobile customers, as customers with T-Mobile WiFi calling enable devices can use WiFi from anywhere in the world to make any call to the United States for free. This functionality not only works great when traveling, it allows one’s office to be completely mobile! Furthermore, WiFi calling has solved the problem of poor cell coverage and dropped calls, as WiFi calling allows any router to become a cellphone tower, without the need of third party applications such as Skype.
Yet today, T-Mobile took their crafty WiFi calling enable devices to 30,000 feet and announced a new partnership with GoGo that will allow T-Mobile customers with WiFi calling enable devices to be able to use GoGo inflight WiFi for in-flight texting, picture messaging, and access to T-Mobile Visual Voicemail free of charge! Voice calls are not permitted, but T-mobile customers are now the only customers who can stay in touch with friends, families, and colleagues on the ground while cruising at 30,000 feet for free.
T-Mobile is breaking boundaries and really is the only carrier that allows you to go further and use your phone in more places! They were the first and only major carrier to provide customers with unlimited free data while roaming internationally, free text messages back to the US, and free WiFi calls to the US from anyone in the world; if that wasn’t enough T-Mobile now is the only carrier to provide customers the opportunity to text and check visual voicemails while flying from coast to coast. I personally love my T-Mobile service and it just got even better! If you are considering T-Mobile now may be the time to make the switch! Furthermore, if you let me refer you (within 30 days of signing up for new T-Mobile service), and we both can save $10 a month on a simple choice plan!