Hi @ biggie_101,
Great Question! Unlimited Nation Wide Video Calls, AKA: VoLTE, works differently than 3rd party applications like Skype, Viber etc.
Here is a comparison:
3rd Party (Skype, Viber etc.):
There are certain calling features like RON (Rogers One Number) and Extended Coverage that will prevent functionality of VoLTE when active on an account.
I hope this comes in handy
In addition to @RogersMelissaH awesome explaination.
Nation Wide Video calls work with VoLTE capable and enabled phones.
Video Calling is built into my dialer/phone app. It actually has a button beside the regular call button. So it is not 3rd party app.
If you use any 3rd party / non-native app. Data will apply. 3G or Wifi.
Edit: I have a Note 5 and it can do video call to another enabled phone, like my mom's note 5 or dad's Galaxy S7.
Thanks for the reply.
I'm surpised and disapointed that VoLTE isn't supported on the iPhone SE. Any idea why this is?
I'm an idiot and didn't read your reply about the Facetime app for Apple
So, if I understood right, iphone user can't video call someone with different device and vice versa? Kind of suprising...