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Are you or the other person using the speaker phone function? Does this happen during conference (3 way) calling? If you're using the speaker phone function, especially during a conference call, you're likely to hear an echo. I've had this very same issue with a different phone and the only solution I found was not to use speaker phone.
I had the same problem and had tried everything. The noise conceling was turned on and made no difference. I finally put a piece of sctoch tape over the second microphone located beside the flash and the problem disappeared. I think the dual microphone is causing the issue, it picks up the speaker sound and the time delay causes the echo.
The speaker is faulty, either damaged, or disconneted from the board.
This would have to be fixed by a local phone repairer.
Make sure that the repairer knows his job well so as for him not to damage the phone further. but instead of using the loud speaker for yourt calls, you can use a hands free device to make and receive your calls.
The problem is with your "Ringer" (the bigger speaker). If you can hear the sound through your ear piece, then replacing the Ringer/Speaker will definitely fix your problem. I would suggest to get it done from a service center or from a mobile repairing shop.
if you are using the speaker, then the volume is too high and it is creating an echo.
The bottom of the phone may be dirty also, but if not, you can restorte your iphone in itunes and it should help you with the glitch. Good luck