When it comes to call quality, there are many variables and factors that can cause disruption. The good news? Our Techincal Support team is well equipped to diagnose and fix your issue! This article will help you identify what might be your issue to help Support find your solution faster.
AUDIO IS CUTTING OUT
You might be experiencing packet loss. When one or more packets of data traveling across a network fail to reach their destination, it will cause lost data transmission bits.
THERE IS A VOICE DELAY
You might be experience latency. Latency - sometimes referred to as "lag," which causes interruptions—similar to lag in video games or video streaming.
GENERALIZED DEGRADED QUALITY
You may be experiencing packet loss, latency, or jitter. Jitter, which is slightly different from latency, is a variation in delayed of received packets. Jitter and latency can be caused by network congestion, wireless network connections, and old/damaged hardware.
NO AUDIO OR STATIC AUDIO
- Check to make sure you turn your volume up.
- Check to make sure you plug in your headset or handset into the correct port.
- Try testing another headset/handset/speakerphone on your phone and the headset/handset on another phone to confirm if this is the problem.
- If none of the above is the issue, contact Support.