Ideally yes, WiFi calling should work on U11 or U12+. See this: Wi-Fi calling: HTC U11 life
A common mistake people make not to include E911 address in their account and that causes Wifi call to fail. Please keep me posted how it goes following the above link.
Well, that's what we (myself and a T-Mobile Store Rep) thought as well.
I did check my E911 address and verified it was correct. Further talked
to tech support and they said it "was because we didn't buy the phone
from T-Mobile". I can think of at least sources of that decision.
Networking, because they would have to support the quirks of various WAP
and MMS (I assume) implementations from non-partner manufacturers and
second, the Sales guys would not be in favor of it since they don't get
any revenue from phone instruments they don't sell. (I used to be a
pre-sales SE for a computer manufacturer so I've actually seen that
happen) I'm sure there are at least a third reason I'm not aware of but
having worked for a major Wireless corporation, those immediately come
I can't see one version of the U11 working and others not from a
technical aspect since they com from the same comp[any but you never know.
Well I am not sure but your reasoning of non-partner manufacturer does not stand. My Nexus 6, Google Pixel First Gen all bought from Google store directly works with both VoLTE and WiFi calling for T-mobile out of the box. Something else is messed up here. Google is no partner of T-Mo.
Well, that's interesting. I had seen an anecdote from someone who
requested a new nanoSIM and that cleared things up. They're sending me a
Cell Spot to use which technically should fix things at my residence but
doesn't really solve the problem. Just have to keep working the problem, I
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CellSpot will use your ethernet connection and will provide coverage inside your home. I use one and I can assure you its extremely good. I got it when coverage was little poor in my zip code but now I have best coverage as there is a nearby tower. SIM card could be a cause but I never had that issue. I am using a SIM card which I got sometime in 2015 and it has made WiFi calling work in every device that I have own including most recent Moto Z3 Play and iPhone 8+.
Sorry to hear about your Wi-Fi calling woes Non T-Mobile phones are tough to support as we did not test them or tweak the software to work specifically with our wi-fi calling services. The cellspot as debjitjdv can agree is a pretty awesome device and should work out pretty well for what you need it for.
I agree. The non T-Mobile phones are a little bit tricky. But if it is certified by T-Mo then yes it should work. For example, Moto Z3 Play is not a phone that T-Mobile sells directly. But its a fully certified device by T-Mo to work on its network with all features including B71. I personally have Amazon Prime version of Moto Z3 Play and I can confirm it has working VoLTE, WiFi calling and B71. Even OnePlus 6 is fully certified by T-Mo to work on its network even if its not a T-Mo phone. You have to find out if U11 non T-Mobile version is fully certified or not.