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Old 10-05-2010, 08:49 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Steve Rindsberg View Post
>> Call quality on all of them is indistinguishable.

So my friends with cable phones tell me. That's their perspective. At my end, the sound quality of their cable phones is atrocious, though.
Well, I've been on the other end of the phone conversations, so I do know what it sounds like. I've also had a number of conversations on the work phone where people had called my work extension which then was forwarded to the phone at home- and the callers had NO IDEA that I was not at my desk. No "could you repeat that?", "Sorry, I didn't catch that" etc.

It helps that I have a reasonably fast internet connection (I upgraded when I got the work phone) and decent equipment. I wonder if your friends with VOIP lines have decent phones? I do have one phone that gets used in emergencies only - no matter which line I am using the quality is horrible.
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