If you have ever made a VoIP call with Skype, you know that sometimes the transmission quality can be poor (Skype IS free, you know). However, you don’t just have to grit your teeth and suffer through. Bill Campbell at Skype Journal posted a great tip on what to do when you run into this problem. Click here to read his full article.
Skype calls are not perfect quality. No surprise. What can you do when you have a poor connection. Hang-up and call again. Yes, but with a twist.
Here is what my Skype buddy Neil Lindsey in Vancouver discovered. Hang-up, but before you call again set your Skype status to offline for 15 seconds. This apparently forces a new Supernode to be selected for call setup and improves the likelihood for a better connection to be established.
Here is to clearer connections…