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It works just fine over wifi. Any Apple computer, iPhone or iPad with a wifi connection can make or receive FaceTime calls from other Apple device users. But the person you’re calling must also be using an Apple device with a FaceTime account enabled on it (requires an AppleID to login and create the account).What should I do if my modem or router is not allowing me to use FaceTime on my iPad?
Many users have reported fixing the problem of WiFi disconnecting from iPhone during FaceTime and Audio Calls by disabling WiFi Assist. Go to Settings > Cellular and disable WiFi Assist by moving the toggle next to WiFi Assist to OFF position.How do I activate FaceTime on my iPad?
Go to Settings and tap Cellular or tap Mobile Data, then turn on FaceTime. If you're using an iPad, you might see Settings > Cellular Data. Go to Settings > FaceTime and make sure that FaceTime is on. If you see "Waiting for Activation," turn FaceTime off and then on again. Learn what to do if you can't activate FaceTime.What should I do if FaceTime keeps disconnecting from WiFi on my iPhone or iPad?
Go to Settings > General > Reset > select Reset Network Settings option. On the confirmation pop-up, tap on Reset Network Settings again confirm. After this, connect your iPhone to WiFi Network again and see if your iPhone is still disconnecting from WiFi during FaceTime.