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#268329 12-Mar-2020 17:10
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I have a couple of friends who both use iPhones (unsure of exact model, but new in the last 18 months) on 2Degrees and no matter whether I call them or they call me, the call quality always seems to be very poor. Samsung A8 on Spark at my end. Is there a technical reason for the quality, or am I just unlucky in my choice of friends? 😀


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  #2437071 12-Mar-2020 17:50
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HD calling does not work cross net so if you call end users on Spark the calls will be HD or even UHD with VoLTE

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  #2437073 12-Mar-2020 17:51
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Yup time for new friends unfortunately. HD calling doesn’t work between networks so calls won’t sound as clear/good as you calling other Spark mobiles or them calling other 2degrees mobiles. 





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  #2437076 12-Mar-2020 17:55
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If you were on 2degrees then the calls to your friends would be HD voice



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  #2437082 12-Mar-2020 18:14
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To my knowledge I've not seem the same issue where the other party is with Vodafone. I'm assuming the same applies there though?

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  #2437084 12-Mar-2020 18:22
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As above HD calls are not cross net!

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  #2437093 12-Mar-2020 18:43
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But Vodafone-Spark is cross net.


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