Sprint Call Quality
1- something wrong with the phone
2- holding the phone so that the microphone of the phone is away from the mouth/head. (soooooo many people do this without realizing)
3- network glitch (tends to be the reason if one call is weird and the next is normal)
I've converted most of my friends over to Sprint over the years and haven't had the issue you describe except if the person holds the phone so the mic can't pick up the sound well.
Since I work in a retail store, I do see a number of them with hardware issues as well, but those are relatively uncommon compared to the overall number of phones out there.
Overall, call audio quality is going t...
I currently have both AT&T (for my use in my town which has no Verizon coverage) and Verizon (for my use in the area where my daughter lives which has no AT&T coverage). I have considered switching to Sprint, which has coverage in both places, but I am concerned about voice call quality. My ex-wife tried Sprint last fall and had a Katana DLX. When she called me, the voice quality was low in volume and had a "tinny" quality. When she would call me back on her Verizon phone, the voice call quality was louder and more natural. I was using the same cell phone for each call. Was the quality problem with Sprint or with the Katana?
It's the phone.
Call quality is better on Sprint and T-M...
Treos perform pretty well with signal. This is not a Sprint issue per-say but perhaps more of a coverage issue. If coverage is weak to begin with, when you enter a building the situation will not improve.
I switched to Sprint after 8 years with AT&T and can say I get far better voice call quality all that digital and robot sounding voice distortion in the calls is gone. Also I have found that I never get droped calls in the cities I travel to with Sprint. Maybe if...