AT&T rolls out Wi-Fi calling for Android

The carrier is making the service available to customers with the LG G4 and bringing it to other Android devices soon.

AT&T announced Wednesday that Wi-Fi calling is now available for customers with the LG G4. It will be available for other Android devices "soon," the carrier promised.

The service is available for customers with a compatible phone and a post-paid wireless account set up for HD Voice.

AT&T made Wi-Fi calling available for iOS back in October and in March made it available on iOS internationally. While AT&T started with Apple, Verizon last year rolled out its support for Wi-Fi calling beginning with some Samsung devices.