The poor audio quality of conference calls has become a greater issue during the Covid-19 pandemic, with millions of office workers using them while nations are in lockdown. Photo: Getty Images The poor audio quality of conference calls has become a greater issue during the Covid-19 pandemic, with millions of office workers using them while nations are in lockdown. Photo: Getty Images
The poor audio quality of conference calls has become a greater issue during the Covid-19 pandemic, with millions of office workers using them while nations are in lockdown. Photo: Getty Images

More than ever, ‘Sorry, I can’t hear you’ has become the most heard line in offices worldwide

  • Danish audio solutions provider, EPOS, says poor audio costs some firms US$70,000 a year in likely income
  • Use of teleconferencing will increase after coronavirus pandemic as businesses look to make savings through flexible working solutions

Topic |   Make your voice heard
The poor audio quality of conference calls has become a greater issue during the Covid-19 pandemic, with millions of office workers using them while nations are in lockdown. Photo: Getty Images The poor audio quality of conference calls has become a greater issue during the Covid-19 pandemic, with millions of office workers using them while nations are in lockdown. Photo: Getty Images
The poor audio quality of conference calls has become a greater issue during the Covid-19 pandemic, with millions of office workers using them while nations are in lockdown. Photo: Getty Images
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