If I hang up and re-dial, no changes.
If there is silence--No one speaking, you can really hear the sound.
Even though the calls have been fairly clear, they have not been crystal clear--like line quality from AT&T.
( The sound almost reminds me of a line short on the AT&T line--without the crackle & popping)
Anyone with suggestions or ideas to try?
Where are you calling from and to?
What would be really cool but alot of work is have a forum dedicated to call quality to locations (50 threads/states - and posts in each thread regarding cities call quality, and see which thread locations have more issues, Ooma can then check into its partner carrier that serves that location. It appears we already see feed back regarding internatonal calls and countries. Just thinking out loud.
Update - I found that after making changes to the Ooma setup you really have to exit out of the browser and go back in to see the changes. My QOS changes did hold, though I'm not sure how they changed in the first place. With the QOS that I set there aren't any clicking sounds and the delay, though it still exists, is reduced. It may be that the proper QOS balance can cure any problems.