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Is it normal for Fi (maybe for all cellphones, I dunno this is my first) calls to support audio in only one direction at a time?
Until I stop talking I hear dead silence (vice versa I believe when the other party speaks). If we both start to talk at once this 1-way audio toggles back and forth.
I can't stand it, I'm used to being able to hear the other person's feedback (by which I mean starting to speak to interrupt each other, interactively) on my old-school telco landline.
I've got wifi calling enabled, and maybe that's what it's using. The other party also reports frequent dropouts, incidentally.
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