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That's because they are using their speakers to lesson to you. If you both use headphones then you won't get the echo. Also you can have them try to lower the volume at their end.
Hope this helps.

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This means you need to tweak the volume levels a little and maybe also change the recording levels.

Echo is a common thin with VOIP communications and it may not go away fully but tweaking your levels shoul minimise it.

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