I have one itunes account with two phones. when i phone one of the numbers both phones have started to ring, only when connected to wifi at home. How do i resolve this please?

I have one itunes account with two phones assigned to it, sons and daughters, (5s). When i phone one of the numbers both phones have started to ring, only when connected to wifi at home. The problem does not occur when not connected to wifi. How do i resolve this please? texting is fine it is only when ringing one of the numbers.

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