There is a little confusion playing around with our brains today, so we here at Phones Review would like to call out to T-Mobile for an insight on the truth. The LG Nexus 4 as we know will not support WiFi calling on the T-Mobile network and that much we do know, but this is where it all gets a little messy.
The T-Mobile Nexus 4 not having WiFi calling is clearly stated on T-Mobile’s support page, just look down the list and look for WiFi Calling and see for yourself, but then we get a little tip via one of our readers saying the T-Mobile Nexus 4 will support full WiFi calling, and this is all possible if you use a specialized GBA SIM card.
Owners will need a GBA SIM card and then you will need to register a 9-1-1 address, after this has been done consumers can turn on the Nexus 4 smartphone’s WiFi and connect to a WiFi network, the thing is we know that contract prices for this handset is a little too high for some, do you agree? Just a quick price recap, there will be a Value Plan costing $199.99 with a down payment and 20 equal payments of $20 per month with a two-year service agreement on qualifying voice and data plans. There will also be the Classic Plan at $199.99 with a two-year service agreement according to TmoNews.
If you take a look at this image above courtesy of Cnet you will see the screenshot mentioning the Nexus 4 WiFi calling capabilities using the GBA SIM card.
Just so you know the LG Nexus 4 goes on sale via the Google Play Store tomorrow from £239 to £279, if you like news covering the LG Nexus 4 how about having a read of our Nexus 4 vs Galaxy Nexus upgrade dilemma here.