Obviously, if you are in an area without WiFi, then the network picks up any incoming or outgoing call. But are you forced into signing into WiFi if it’s available (assuming you can get the password)?
The reason I ask is that I read that a WiFi network will keep asking you for a password if the phone is picking up WiFi. (I assume if you enter a p/w, the phone will use it automatically each time you return to that same location.)
Also, there was an issue with a weak WiFi signal and incoming phone calls went right to voice mail. Phone didn’t ring. For some reason the cell network didn’t handle the call. Why wouldn’t the cell network handle the call if the WiFi signal is so weak it couldn’t take it?
I get the impression that RW users want to use WiFi when they can. But as long as the cell network will handle the calls if WiFi isn’t available, why worry about WiFi?