Fuze Mobile can dynamically use both Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP, free to use anywhere you have a wifi connection), and your cellular data carrier plan (message and/or data rates may apply) so that you can use Fuze wherever you are.
In the Call Settings section of Fuze Mobile Settings screen, you can configure when and how Fuze Mobile uses VoIP, Carrier data, or both.
Select one of the following to determine when Fuze Mobile uses VoIP, Carrier data, or both.
- VoIP only: Calls are only placed and received using VoIP. This requires being connected to WiFi, and/or you are using cellular data (3G/4G/LTE service).
- Carrier only: Calls are always placed and delivered using carrier minutes.
- VoIP + Carrier: Calls are placed and received using VoIP if internet (wifi or cellular data) is available, otherwise Fuze falls back on carrier minutes to deliver calls. This is the default setting.
Additionally, you can enable this setting to allow Fuze Mobile to use VoIP technology over Carrier data when wifi is not available.
- Allow VoIP on cellular data: You can turn this setting on or off to allow Fuze Mobile to use cellular data for VoIP calls when wifi is not available. This setting is OFF by default.
Note: If this setting is switched OFF, and the Fuze Mobile is set to VoIP only, VoIP calls can only be made when your device is connected to WiFi.