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Are Time Delays Typical on VOIP?
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On Sunday, 12 January 2020 21:00:43 UTC, Richmond wrote:
When I have used VOIP, or skype etc I've found time delays of a second
or so. These cause people to interrupt each other. They also occur on
mobiles to some extent. I think the landline will never die. Is there
VOIP without delays? does it require a dedicated network?
I have VoIP with (mostly) no delays. I would say the quality is usually as good as a good landline, and far better than a mobile (which I can hardly bear to use).
Occasionally thi ngs go a bi t clu nky but a reboot of phone or router so things re-register usually gets round that.
Since our kitchen refit when the dodgy hob that kept tripping the
RCD was replaced, my phone system hasn't had a reeboot.
Perhaps I should treat it to one?
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