Set up your iPhone and FaceTime on Mac for phone calls
Set up your iPhone
On your iPhone, go to Settings > Phone.
Choose one of the following, depending on your carrier.
If you see Wi-Fi Calling: Tap it, then turn on Wi-Fi Calling on This iPhone.
After you turn on Wi-Fi Calling, you may see an Add Wi-Fi Calling For Other Devices button. Tap it to allow calls using your other devices that aren’t on the same Wi-Fi network as your iPhone or if your phone is off. Otherwise, you can still use your Mac to make phone calls, but your iPhone must be turned on and on the same Wi-Fi network as your Mac.
Note: Only certain phone service providers support Wi-Fi Calling for devices that aren’t on the same Wi-Fi network as your iPhone. See the Apple Support article Make a call with Wi-Fi Calling. You also need iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c or later.
If you see Calls on Other Devices: Tap it, then turn it on.
This option allows calls using your other devices that are on the same Wi-Fi network as your iPhone.
Set up your Mac
If you turn on Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone, you might be asked to turn on Calls from iPhone on your Mac when you open FaceTime on your Mac. If you don’t get this notification, do the following.
In the FaceTime app on your Mac, choose FaceTime > Preferences, then click Settings.
Select Calls from iPhone.
If you don’t see this option, make sure your Mac meets all the requirements, then open FaceTime preferences again.
If an Upgrade to Wi-Fi Calling button appears, click it, then follow the onscreen instructions.
This button appears if your service provider supports Wi-Fi Calling when your iPhone is turned off or is on a different Wi-Fi network.
If you’re asked to confirm your address for emergency services, click Update Emergency Address. (If you make an emergency call that uses Wi-Fi instead of cellular, the address you provide here helps emergency services locate you.) See the Apple Support article Make a call with Wi-Fi Calling.
You can turn off phone calls on your Mac anytime. In the FaceTime app, choose FaceTime > Preferences, click Settings, then deselect Calls from iPhone.