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T-Mobile announces Wi-Fi calling for all

At its Uncarrier 7.0 event, T-Mobile announced that it plans to give every customer the ability to make and receive Wi-Fi calls and text messages. With these calls bypassing traditional networks, are conventional phone mobile phone contracts a thing of the past?

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