Hi all, I've recently come back to EE on a contract, after a sojourn on PAYG. I got the latest iphone and the deal was all good Now, I've very recently realised that there is a new facility with my new phone - 'WiFi calling'. After a little research into this, I've learned that this is a technology that allows voice calls and text messages to be sent over Wifi, rather than over the mobile phone network - this is being sold by the networks as a brilliant solution to the problem that some people face of not having good coverage at home. So, I've got a couple of points that I'd like to run past GC, to see if I'm being unduly harsh in my estimation of the mobile networks: New customers to a network will normally check that they've got coverage in the places they use their phone the most (work, home, local areas). Existing customers don't remain as 'existing' for long if they don't have coverage where they need it most. These first 2 points show that perhaps there isn't a 'problem' to solve at all then... Cost - this is what my thread is really aiming at: Currently, I pay EE £40.99 per month for my phone package. This consists of 'Unlimited' calls + texts and 10Gb of 4G data - an ok deal I think. But...I'm paying a company (EE) to carry my voice calls and data over (crucial part) their network. Why am I paying them this money if my voice calls, texts and data are going over WiFi (my home broadband) that is run by BT! I think this is almost bordering on fraud. The network providers, in one foul swoop are going to have hugely reduced their overheads - If one side of most calls originates from a broadband supplier, it cuts EE's price in half. If BOTH sides of the call originate and are then received over the internet via broadband, then EE don't service or carry my call at all! So, to summarise - this 'service' is being sold to customers as the end to all their woes (that possibly only exist for a very small minority) and it's simply a way to lighten the load of mobile phone network providers. This load is then being picked up by our broadband providers (that we pay separately for). I believe it to be an underhanded tactic at best. Perhaps I should therefore send EE an invoice each month of the calls/ texts that I've paid an external agency (in my case BT) to connect on their behalf? What's your thoughts guys? Am I being reasonable in my assumptions, or should I be grateful that my network provider wants to simply provide me with a better service?