Installed on a Nexus 5.
The one time I tried an outgoing call the call quality was unusable. Difficult to hear and was told I sounded like a robot. Less than 3m from a Gateway Max. WiFi signal very strong on 5G with no congestion on the channel at all. No downloads going on. I was on speakerphone but the app supports that so it should be no issue.
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I tried it again by just leaving a message on an answering machine on one of my VoIP numbers and that sounded ok.
Skype and VoIP has worked okon this line but VoIPis now redirected to landline.
I ended up uninstalling the app. The battery drain v what benefit might be just wasn't worth it.
I was considering the T-Voice phone but can't do it until I'm sureit will give me decent quality.
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