VoIP call quality issues and how to fix them.

cloud hosted voip Feb 07, 2020

With the growing advancements in cloud technology and faster internet speeds, more and more companies are turning to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) for their business communications. But just like with any service, you might run into some issues, particularly with call quality. Here are some of the common problems and how to address them.

Choppy voice

The main factor in disjointed, start-stop sounding messages in a VoIP environment is packet loss, which occurs if individual data “packets” are lost in transmission. When this occurs, the gateway at the receiving end of the call tries to predict what’s been lost; but when it can’t, the gap in data remains empty, resulting in choppy audio.

Insufficient bandwidth is often to blame for this issue, so make sure to check your bandwidth usage. Limit the use of bandwidth-heavy applications (e.g., video streaming apps) and tweak your router settings to prioritize VoIP traffic. Also run a test for malware or...

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