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Topic # 17809 12-Dec-2007 21:24
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Hi

I have a Telecom phone (Samsung W531) on a phone number ported from Vodafone.  One thing that I have noticed is significantly different volume when I get calls from Vodafone and Telecom.  When I get a  call from a Vodofone user the volume is really loud, and I have to turn the phone right down.  On the other hand when I get a call from a Telecom user the volume is really low, and I have to turn the volume on my handset right up.

The same thing happens whether the call is incoming or outgoing.

Also I have had a few Vodofone users say they have difficulty hearing and I have to talk quite loudly into the phone to be heard.  (The phone has had a mic replacement and also been reset by Telecom, and is better than it was).

Just wondering if anyone has noticed anything similar.

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Reply # 99675 12-Dec-2007 21:34
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My friend has one of those Samsung handsets and when he rung me the first time I asked him if he was whispering.

He also advised other people had said the same thing

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