Stop Dropped Calls – Your Family Deserves to Hear or See You with No Interruptions
Whether you’re using Skype, WhatsApp, Snapchat or FaceTime, the most effective ways to communicate with your family are voice and video calls. It’s like being in the same room, even if you’re thousands of miles away from each other.
In order to have a natural conversation with your family, the call must be fluent. If it drops or buffers, you might get frustrated or annoyed, and that really kills the family moment.
Fear not – you just need a solution to avoid calls dropping when talking to your family. That translates into a fast and stable Internet connection. But, since you can’t always have that from your ISP, you need to use the Speedify bonding VPN app. Read more below.
Why Audio / Video Calls Drop in the Middle of the Conversation
VoIP video and audio calls are extremely bandwidth-hungry and demand a lot from your Internet connection to work properly. When determining why calls drop in the middle of your conversation with you family, look at your Internet connection.
It might be that your Internet connection is too slow and doesn’t have enough bandwidth for a VoIP HD video call. It can also mean the connection is flaky and experiencing a lot of packets loss. Both of these issues are amplified when you are on the move, since mobile devices can not easily transition between different Wi-Fi networks or cell towers without interrupting apps and dropping Internet voice and video calls.
Regardless of what causes your issues, you should know that by default mobile devices are designed to only use one Internet connection at a time, despite the fact that they are often connected to both Wi-Fi and mobile data. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could be able to use both Wi-Fi and mobile data for speed and reliability?
Speedify Helps You Avoid Call Dropping when Talking to Your Family
Speedify is a fast bonding VPN that changes the way your computers or mobile devices connect to the Internet. Instead of just using one connection, Speedify allows your mobile device to connect to the Internet over both Wi-Fi and mobile data simultaneously. This increases your connection bandwidth and reliability. It will help you avoid call dropping when talking to your family. Plus, you will always have the best video quality on calls.
Speedify also monitors the quality of your Internet connections, which is great especially when using public Wi-Fi networks. When it detects that a signal is weak or that the network is too slow, it will automatically and seamlessly reroute the data through the other working connection. Best of all, when the other connection is back online and reliable, it begins using it again – automatically and in the background. Say goodbye to Skype calls dropping!
Speedify for Families VPN Plan – Because Your Family Deserves to Be Protected and Enjoy Uninterrupted Internet
When using the VPN Family plan from Speedify, here’s what you’ll get:
- Safe browsing on public Wi-Fi networks. The private pictures or accounts you share with your family won’t fall into the wrong hands.
- Free unrestricted and secure communication between family members. Even if certain networks or countries block specific services like WhatsApp or Snapchat.
- Unblocking content when going to a different country or region. After all, why not enjoy your streaming video clips abroad as well?
- Anonymous browsing for full online privacy. Avoid getting “personalized” ads based on your “interests”.
- Fast and uninterrupted Internet powered by Speedify’s channel bonding technology of combining two or more connections at once.
At almost the cost of two individual monthly subscriptions, the Speedify for Families plan supports 5 users, each with up to 5 devices. You definitely get a better deal per user if you have kids.
Avoiding calls dropping when communicating with your family makes everyone happy. So why not make this happen? Sign-up for Speedify for Families now!
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