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Topic # 226344 3-Jan-2018 12:00
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Haven't been on skinny for long, but I've experienced issues with the quality of voice calls a couple of times. It starts off fine, but then part way through the quality of the sound takes a nosedive and stays there. This has been Skinny to Skinny. Is this the catch for unlimited free Skinny to Skinny calling?


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  Reply # 1928434 3-Jan-2018 12:04
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Should be HD voice if calls are on the Spark to Spark network

 

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  Reply # 1928462 3-Jan-2018 13:43
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My experience has been that I used to notice HD voice calls quite a bit on Spark but I've been on skinny for quite a while now and skinny to skinny are not HD at least iPhone to iPhone - the only time on skinny I can remember an HD call was an incoming spark mobile call - even that was ages ago.

 

Maybe others have a different experience but that's it for me.

 

 


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