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  What is a Rocket mobile hotspot best for?   Able to connect up to 10 Wi-Fi devices simultaneously, the hotspot is perfect for families on road trips wanting fast internet to keep the kids entertained; study groups hunkering down at coffee shops who need secure internet; and business teams, say, traveling and needing to get online during that long layover.   GOT ONE ALREADY? HERE’S HOW TO SET IT UP   Press and hold the mobile hotspot Power button for 2 seconds to create your own hotspot and display its SSID (Wi-Fi network name) and passphrase (network security key). On your laptop or Wi-Fi enabled device, open your Wi-Fi connection manager and scan for available Wi-Fi networks. Select the SSID for your hotspot and when prompted, enter the passphrase as displayed on the mobile hotspot screen—now you’re connected!     CHECK IT OUT HERE     CUSTOMIZE YOUR SETTINGS   Once you’ve connected to the hotspot, open your web browser on your laptop or Wi-Fi enabled device and go to   http://rogers.hotspot.com Log in at the top of the screen using the default admin login name – swiadmin   and you can access the menu options listed on the left: Under the Device Security menu you can change your network name and password, or hide them from being visible on your mobile hotspot. Under the Battery menu, you can set your standby timer and Wi-Fi signal range as desired. Under the Alert Sounds menu you can customize your sounds and alerts. You can even power off your mobile hotspot right from this screen and leave the device itself in your bag!
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  Rogers Basic  APN Settings   Settings Details APN rogers-core-appl1.apn Username wapuser1 Password wap Rogers Core  APN Settings   Settings Details APN rogers-core-appl1.apn Username n/a Password n/a Note: For Android smartphones, input the following MMS settings to ensure MMS functionality. MMSC http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy 10.128.1.69 MMS Port 80 Rogers LTE  APN Settings A compatible LTE device is required for these settings to function correctly.   Settings Details Name Rogers APN ltemobile.apn MMSC http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy 10.128.1.69 MMS Port 80 Username Not required Password Not required     Rogers Internet  APN Settings These settings are to be programed to a wireless device for GPRS functionality on the Rogers Wireless Network. Note:   GPRS allows for HTML browsing on the smartphone browser.    Settings Details APN internet.com Username wapuser1 Password wap   Rogers MMS  Settings   Settings Details APN media.com Username media Password mda01 MMS Gateway Address 172.25.0.107 MMS URL http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy 10.128.1.69     Rogers WAP  Settings   Settings Details APN goam.com Username wapuser1 Password wap WAP IP 1 208.200.67.150 WAP Port 1 9203 WAP IP 2 208.200.67.151 WAP Port 2 9201 Homepage http://rogers.mobi     Supported network frequencies  used on the Rogers network    Network Frequency Bands 2G (GSM/EDGE) 850, 1900 MHz B5, B2 3G (UMTS/HSPA)  850, 1900 MHz  B5, B2 LTE 700 MHz B12, B17 1700/2100 MHz (AWS) B4 2600 MHz B7   For more on using unlocked devices on the Rogers network click here or   here for bring your own device.          Set up a New APN on Android OS   Open   Applications/Apps. Select   Settings. Select   More Networks or More Settings or Wireless & Networks   (varies depending on model). Select   Mobile Networks. Select   Access Point Names. Click the   Menu   key. Select   New APN. Enter the following fields: LTE devices Name: Any name to identify the APN APN: ltemobile.apn MMSC:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69 MMS Port: 80 Non-LTE devices Name: Any name to identify the APN APN: rogers-core-appl1.apn or internet.com Username: wapuser1 Password: wap MMSC:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69 MMS Port: 80 Click the   Menu   key. Select   Save. Ensure the new APN is selected from the   Access Point Names   screen            Set up a New APN on Unlocked Apple devices   Note:   this feature is only available on unlocked iPhones. Most iPhones will have the APN preset by the carrier and will not require manual set up. Click   Settings. Select   Cellular. Under   Cellular Data   section, enter the following fields: APN:   rogers-core-appl1.apn   or   ltemobile.apn   (if you have a LTE compatible iPhone) Under the   MMS   section, enter the following fields: APN: media.com MMSC:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy : 10.128.1.69 Restart the device.          Set up a New APN on Balckberry  OS 7.0 or Earlier Open the Home screen. Select   Options. Select   Device (varies depending on model). Select   Advanced System Settings. Select   TCP IP. Place check mark in the box next to APN Settings Enabled. Enter rogers-core-appl1.apn or internet.com in the APN feild. Enter Username for APN: wapuser1 and Password  for APN : wap Press the   Menu   key. Select   Save.          Set up a New APN on Blackberry  OS10   Open the Home screen. Select   Settings. Select Mobile Network. Select Network Connections. Select   APN.  Enter the following   details  APN Settings: Access Point Names (APN) :  rogers-core-appl1.apn or internet.com Username: wapuser1 Password: wap Tap Save. Open  the  Home screen . Select   Text Messages. Select  the dots   ... Select Settings Select Text Messages. Select   MMS. Select   Advanced Enter the following details: APN Settings APN :   ltemobile.apn or  media.com MMSC:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy : 10.128.1.69 Tap Save.           Set up a New APN on Windows  Phone   Note:   Two types of APNs can be set up through these steps, internet APN for internet browsing and data or MMS APN for sending/receiving of picture messages. From the   App List   select   Settings. Select   Cellular. Select   Add Internet APN   or   Add MMS APN. Enter all required fields: Internet Settings APN: internet.com Username: wapuser1 Password: wap MMS Settings APN: media.com Username: media Password: mda01 MMS Gateway Address: 172.25.0.107 MMS URL:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69 Click   Done.       Set up a New APN on Symbian  OS   Note:   Two types of APNs can be set up through these steps, internet APN for internet browsing and data or MMS APN for sending/receiving of picture messages. From   Menu   select   Settings. Select   Connectivity. Select   Destinations. Select   Access Point. Select   Add Internet APN   or   Add MMS APN. Enter all required fields: Internet Settings APN: internet.com Username: wapuser1 Password: wap MMS Settings APN: media.com Username: media Password: mda01 MMS Gateway Address: 172.25.0.107 MMS URL:   http://mms.gprs.rogers.com MMS Proxy: 10.128.1.69 Click   Done.       Set up a New APN on Classic  Devices   Note:   These steps are how to program the APN settings on most classic phones. Go to Menu. Select   Settings. Select   Connectivity or Configuration. Choose   Preferred access point/Internet Profiles/Internet Access/Access Points   or   Packet data. Select  Settings   or Edit. Enter all required fields: Internet Settings APN: internet.com Username: wapuser1 Password: wap
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  What is   Rogers ™  Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling lets you make and receive phone calls, plus send and receive messages, wherever you have a Wi-Fi connection in places like basements, condos and tall buildings. With Rogers, you’re connected wherever your day takes you.   How do I turn on Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling is easy to use and simple to set up.   For Apple devices, go into your phone settings and do the following: Select Settings Select  Select Wi-Fi Calling Turn on Wi-Fi Calling Follow the on screen instructions if it is your first time doing this. The status bar will display “Rogers Wi-Fi” when Wi-Fi Calling is ready to use.   For Samsung devices, go into your phone settings and do the following: On the device home page, press the “Phone” icon Select “More” > Settings > Wi-Fi Calling If your number is not registered to Wi-Fi Calling, click the registration link and follow setup process Return to the Wi-Fi Calling page and turn the Wi-Fi Calling toggle to ON. The status bar will display the Wi-Fi Calling icon when Wi-Fi Calling is ready to use.   Do I need a specific device or plan to use Wi-Fi Calling? Yes. To use Wi-Fi Calling, you will need the following: A monthly postpaid voice and LTE data wireless plan (prepaid customers are not eligible) An LTE SIM installed in your device A compatible Rogers device, including one of the following: iPhone 5c, 5s, 6 or 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus or SE with iOS 9 or later installed — remember to update your carrier settings when prompted to do so at the end of the OS installation Samsung Note 5 with software version 6.0.1 or later installed. (other Android devices coming soon) LG G4 with 6.0 or later installed The Wi-Fi Calling feature enabled on your device   Your compatible device must have been purchased from Rogers. If you have a non-Rogers Apple device and no conflicting services, Wi-Fi Calling may work, but we can’t assure that the feature will work properly on your device.   If you have a non-Rogers Android device, Wi-Fi Calling will not work   What type of Wi-Fi connection do I need to use Wi-Fi Calling? To use Wi-Fi Calling, you need access to a public or private Wi-Fi connection. The connection must meet minimum required download and upload speeds to support voice calls. Some Wi-Fi connections may not support Wi-Fi Calling.   Does Wi-Fi Calling use data from my wireless plan? No, Wi-Fi Calling does not use up data from your wireless data plan. When you make a call over Wi-Fi, you will be consuming data over the Wi-Fi connection instead. Internet service charges and overage rates (if applicable) apply in accordance with your internet service provider.   To give you a sense of how much internet data is used, a one-hour Wi-Fi voice call will consume approximately 75MB of data over a Wi-Fi connection.   How is Wi-Fi Calling billed when I am in Canada? Incoming calls and messages received over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be deducted from the airtime and messaging limits included in your wireless plan.   Outgoing calls and messages sent over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be billed as follows: Calls/Messages to Canadian numbers   will be deducted from the airtime and messaging limits included in your wireless plan, and no long distance charges will apply. If you exceed your monthly plan limits, overage rates and/or current pay-per-use wireless rates apply. Calls/Messages to non-Canadian numbers   will be billed according to the rates outlined in your wireless plan or current pay-per-use wireless rates.   Note: You may incur additional long distance charges and/or international message charges if your VPN, DNS or internet provider is set to a country outside Canada.    How is Wi-Fi Calling billed when I am travelling outside of Canada? If you are using Wi-Fi Calling while outside of Canada, the following will be deducted from your airtime and messaging limits included in your wireless plan without incurring any long distance or roaming charges: Incoming calls and messages received from anywhere in the world Outgoing calls and messages made or sent by you to a Canadian number   Roaming and/or long distance charges will vary depending on the roaming option you have on your account. If you have: Roam Like Home TM : Outgoing Wi-Fi calls or messages made to a non-Canadian number will incur the Roam Like Home daily charge. If you have already incurred this charge, then all outgoing Wi-Fi calls and messages made or sent within that 24-hour period will be Roam Like Home-rated. If you have a Travel Pack or other roaming add-on, all outgoing Wi-Fi calls or messages to a non-Canadian number will be deducted from the limit included in your Travel Pack or roaming add-on. If you exceed your limit, overage rates outlined in your Travel Pack or roaming add-on apply.   If you do not have Roam Like Home or a Travel Pack or roaming add-on, your outgoing Wi-Fi calls and messages to a non-Canadian number will be billed according to roaming pay-per-use rates.   Can I make an emergency Wi-Fi call to 9-1-1 while travelling within Canada or the U.S.? Yes. If you plan on using Wi-Fi Calling while travelling throughout Canada or the U.S., make sure to update your emergency address to your most likely location for your device in your phone’s settings. Your emergency address is the one that will be given to emergency services if you call 9-1-1.   We recommend making emergency calls over a mobile network.   What happens if I try to make an emergency Wi-Fi call while outside of Canada and the U.S.? Calls made to emergency services while using Wi-Fi Calling outside of Canada and the U.S. will not be supported. We recommend making emergency calls over a mobile network.   When will my device use Wi-Fi Calling versus the mobile network? In most cases, when you have access to both the mobile network and Wi-Fi Calling (e.g., you have a Wi-Fi connection that is strong enough to be useable), your device automatically defaults to using Wi-Fi Calling. This applies when you are within Canada and when you are roaming outside of Canada.   For iPhones with iOS 9.1 or later, your device automatically defaults to using Wi-Fi Calling when you have access to both Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network. However, if you have an older version of iOS, your device will automatically default to using the mobile network when in Canada, and Wi-Fi Calling when roaming outside of Canada.   For Android phones, your device automatically defaults to using Wi-Fi Calling when you have access to both Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network. However, you may change your settings on your device to switch the default setting to the mobile network.   How do I switch between the Wi-Fi network and the mobile network during a call? In most cases, when you move between Wi-Fi Calling and the mobile network, your call will drop. To ensure your call does not drop, you should remain in your Wi-Fi or mobile network’s range for the duration of the call. However, if you have a VoLTE-enabled device and you are moving between Wi-Fi Calling and our LTE network, your call should not drop. Visit   rogers.com/coverage to see where you are covered by our mobile network.   Are there any wireless service features that will not work with Wi-Fi Calling?   Customers with select features and services, including any of the following, will not have access to Wi-Fi Calling: Data blocking Advanced Call Manager Teletypewriter Rogers One Number TM Alternative Line Service Wireless Priority Common Voicemail UMA Hotspot Datacom CS Data FAX and USSD services   You’ll need to remove these features if you wish to enable Wi-Fi Calling on a compatible phone. To get access to Wi-Fi Calling or to learn more please visit the Rogers Community Forums.   Do location-based calls work with Wi-Fi Calling? Some location-based calls may not work if you’re using Wi-Fi Calling when you’re outside your phone’s local calling area. Your phone will assume that you’re making a call from your phone’s local calling area. These calls include 3-1-1 (City Services); 5-1-1 (Traffic Reporting) and 8-1-1 (Health Services).   What if I am having trouble activating the Wi-Fi Calling feature on my device? If you have trouble activating the Wi-Fi Calling feature please visit the Community Forums.   How can I activate VoLTE on my iPhone 6s or 6s Plus?  If you have already activated Wi-Fi Calling, then you’ll need to go to your settings and turn Wi-Fi Calling off and on again to activate VoLTE services on your device. If you have not yet activated Wi-Fi Calling and want to activate VoLTE, follow these steps: Go to   Settings   and select   Phone. Toggle Wi-Fi Calling to ON. Follow the instructions on your screen if it’s the first time you’re hooking it up.   Remember to make sure you are using the latest version of iOS before activating VoLTE on your device.     Wi-Fi Calling Terms and Conditions
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  Having an overload of downloaded apps? Looking to get rid of the ones you are not using anymore? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: Android OS 5 1. Click Settings from your home screen. 2. Scroll to the Device section and select Apps. 3. Now you just select the apps that you want to get rid of and click Uninstall when you’re done.   iOS 1. Tap and hold an icon until all the icons start jiggling around. 2. Now just tap the X on the top right corner of the app you want to uninstall, and press the Home button to stop the icons from jiggling.   Blackberry 1. Tap and hold the app you want to uninstall until it jiggles. 2. Then just tap the Trash Can icon on the top right corner of the app.   Windows Mobile 1. Swipe left from the home screen to get to the Apps list. 2. Then tap and hold the app you want to get rid of and tap Uninstall, then Yes to confirm.
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  Got your hands on a new wireless accessory and looking to pair it up to your wireless device? Well you are in luck.   Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: Android First you’ll need to turn on your Bluetooth. To do that, just open Applications, select Settings, and toggle Bluetooth On. Now you can enable Pairing. Again, open Applications and select Settings. Select Bluetooth and put the device you want to pair into pairing mode. Now select Scan and select that device from the list.   iOS Click Settings, then select Bluetooth and toggle it On. To enable pairing, go back to Settings and select Bluetooth. Now put the device you want to pair into pairing mode. Then you can select Scan and find that device on the list.   Blackberry Swipe down from the top of your Home screen and tap the Bluetooth symbol to toggle Bluetooth On. Now you can enable Pairing. Swipe down from the top of the Home screen and select Settings. Now select Network Connections, then Bluetooth. If the device you want to connect appears in the Devices list, just tap the device name. If you don’t see the device you want to connect in the Devices list, that just means the device is not discoverable. Have a look at the user guide for your device so you can enable Discoverable Mode. If you’ve already done that and you still don’t see the device in the list, make sure your Blackberry is in Discoverable mode. To do that, just tap On in this Discoverable drop-down list on your Blackberry. Once the device to be paired appears on the list, just select it and follow the prompts to complete pairing.   Windows   Mobile From the Start menu, select this arrow on the upper right. Now scroll down and select Settings, then toggle Bluetooth On. To enable Pairing, go to the Start menu and select this arrow on the upper right. Scroll down and select Settings, then Bluetooth. Make sure the device you want to pair is in pairing mode, then select Scan and select that device from the list.
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  Notice your device feeling sluggish after a recent software upgrade? Looking to give your phone a fresh start? Well you are in luck.    Check out this helpful How To video to learn how.     Steps: To do a factory reset on an Android device Click the Settings app on your home screen. Then scroll to the Personal section and select Backup & Reset. In the Reset section select Factory Data Reset.   To do a factory reset on an iOS device Open your Settings app and select General. Then select Reset and Erase All Content and Settings.   To do a factory reset on a Blackberry device Start by selecting Settings from the home screen. Then Select Security and Privacy and click Security Wipe. Type in BlackBerry and then click Delete Data.   To do a factory reset on a Windows Mobile device Swipe left from the home screen to get to the Apps list. Select Settings, About, then Reset your Phone. You’ll see two warnings at this point, tap Yes on the first and then Yes again.
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  Set up your Visual Voicemail:   Tap   Phone   on the home screen and then tap   Voicemail   in the lower right corner. The first time you access this screen, you’ll be prompted to create a voicemail password between four and 10 digits. You’ll be prompted to record your greeting. Do so now. Tap   Save, re-enter your password and tap   Save   again.   How to record or change your custom voicemail greeting:   Tap   Voicemail   and tap   Greeting. Then tap   Custom. Tap   Record   and then record your greeting. When you’re finished, tap   Stop. To listen to your greeting, tap   Play. When you’re satisfied, tap   Save.   How to set a default voicemail greeting:   Tap   Voicemail   and tap   Greeting. Tap   Default   to select the default greeting. Then, when someone calls, they’ll hear a standard message that includes your phone number.     How to Access your Visual Voicemail:   Tap the   Phone   icon on the home screen and then tap   Voicemail   in the lower-right corner. Your voicemail messages will be displayed. Tap on a message and press the blue   Play   button to listen to the message. Want to delete a message? Swiping right to left will bring up the   Delete   button. Want to return a call? To call back, tap on the   green   Call Back   button that displays when a voicemail message is selected. Need contact info? Hit the   blue arrow   on the right to display the contact information for the person who left the voicemail.
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Wi-Fi Calling FAQs     UPDATE:    Your compatible device must have been purchased from Rogers/Fido. If you have a non-Rogers Apple device and no conflicting services, Wi-Fi Calling may work, but we can’t assure that the feature will work properly on your device.   You may experience an error message like this:       What is Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling lets you call and text in more places so you can stay connected with friends and family. You can call and text wherever you have a Wi-Fi connection in places like basements, condos and tall buildings — places where you may have had trouble getting reception before.     Do I need a specific phone or plan to use Wi-Fi Calling? Yes. To use Wi-Fi Calling, you will need the following: An iPhone 5c or above (must be purchased from Rogers or Fido) with iOS 9 or later installed — remember to update your carrier settings when prompted to do so at the end of the OS installation The Wi-Fi Calling feature enabled on your phone Wi-fi Calling Ready Account Voice and Data plan with LTE enabled   Please note that prepaid customers or customers with voice only plans can’t use Wi-Fi Calling.     What type of Wi-Fi connection do I need to use Wi-Fi Calling? To use Wi-Fi Calling, you must have access to a public or private Wi-Fi connection. The connection must meet the minimum required download and upload speeds to support voice calls; some Wi-Fi connections may not support Wi-Fi Calling.     Does Wi-Fi Calling use data from my wireless plan? No, Wi-Fi Calling does not use up data from your wireless data plan. When you make a call over Wi-Fi, you will be consuming data over the Wi-Fi connection instead. Internet service charges and overage rates (if applicable) may apply in accordance with your internet service provider. To give you a sense of how much data is used, a one-hour Wi-Fi voice call will consume approximately 75MB of data through a Wi-Fi connection.     How is Wi-Fi Calling billed when I am in Canada? Incoming calls and text or picture messages received over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be deducted from the airtime and messaging limits associated with your wireless plan. Outgoing calls and text or picture messages sent over Wi-Fi Calling while in Canada will be billed as follows: Calls/texts to Canadian numbers will be deducted from the airtime and messaging limits associated with your wireless plan, and no long distance charges will apply. If you exceed your monthly plan limits, overage rates and/or current Pay-Per-Use wireless rates will apply. Calls/texts to non-Canadian numbers will be billed according to the rates outlined in your wireless plan or current Pay-Per-Use long distance wireless rates.   Please note: You may incur additional long distance charges and/or international text or picture message charges if your VPN, DNS or internet provider is set to a country outside Canada.      How is Wi-Fi Calling billed when I am travelling outside of Canada? If you are using Wi-Fi Calling while outside of Canada, the following will be deducted from your wireless plan without incurring any long distance or roaming charges: Incoming calls and text or picture messages received from anywhere in the world Outgoing calls and text or picture messages made or sent to a Canadian number   Roaming and/or long distance charges will vary depending on the roaming option you have on your account.   If you have: Roam Like Home TM   Outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls or text or picture messages made to a non-Canadian number will incur the Roam Like Home daily charge. If you have already incurred this charge, then all outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls and text or picture messages made or sent within that 24-hour period will be deducted from the Roam Like Home allocation.   If you have a Travel Pack or other roaming add-on, all outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls, text or picture messages to a non-Canadian number will be deducted from the limit associated with your Travel Pack or roaming add-on. If you exceed your limit, overage rates outlined in your Travel Pack or roaming add-on will apply.   If you do not have Roam Like Home, or a Travel Pack or roaming add-on, your outgoing Wi-Fi Calling calls, and text or picture messages to a non-Canadian number will be billed according to roaming Pay-Per-Use rates.     What happens if I try to make an emergency Wi-Fi call to 9-1-1 while travelling within Canada and the U.S.? If you plan on using Wi-Fi Calling while travelling throughout Canada, make sure to update the emergency address in your phone’s settings, as that’s the address that will be given to emergency services if you call 9-1-1. While using Wi-Fi Calling in the U.S., you may be able to call 9-1-1, however, we do not support U.S. emergency addresses so you will need to verbally tell the dispatcher where the emergency is located. We recommend making emergency calls over a mobile network.     What happens if I try to make an emergency Wi-Fi call to 9-1-1 while outside of Canada and the U.S.? Calls made to emergency services while using Wi-Fi Calling outside of Canada and the U.S. won’t be connected. You can make emergency calls outside of Canada and the U.S. only when they’re made over a mobile network.     How do I switch from using Wi-Fi Calling to a mobile network and vice versa? While in Canada, your phone will automatically connect to a mobile network instead of Wi-Fi Calling if both are available. However, while roaming, your phone will automatically connect to Wi-Fi Calling instead of any mobile network if both are available. You will need to remain in your Wi-Fi or mobile network’s range in order to continue your call; if you move between the two connections, the call will be disconnected. Visit   rogers.com/coverage to see where you are covered by our mobile network.     Are there any services that will not work with Wi-Fi Calling? Customers with select features and services, including any of the following, will not have access to Wi-Fi Calling: Data blocking Ringback tunes Advanced Call Manager Teletypewriter   You’ll need to remove these features if you wish to enable Wi-Fi Calling on a compatible phone. To get access to Wi-Fi Calling or to learn more, please reach out to us here in the Community.     Do location-based calls work with Wi-Fi Calling? Some location-based calls may not work if you’re using Wi-Fi Calling when you’re outside your phone’s local calling area. Your phone will assume that you’re making a call from your phone’s local calling area. These calls include 3-1-1 (City Services); 5-1-1 (Traffic Reporting) and 8-1-1 (Health Services).     What if I am having trouble activating the Wi-Fi Calling feature on my device? If you have trouble activating the Wi-Fi Calling feature, try using Apple’s   support page   or reach out to us here in the Community.     How do I turn on Wi-Fi Calling? Wi-Fi Calling is easy to use and simple to set up. Go into your phone settings and do the following:   Select   Settings Select   Phone       Turn on Wi-Fi Calling. Follow the on-screen instructions if it is your first time doing this.         The status bar will display “WiFi Rogers” when Wi-Fi Calling is ready to use.
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