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Low Sound Volume

When Im on the phone I can barley hear what the other person is saying but I have the volume all the way up. At the same time when I plug in the headsat that came with the phone I can hear perfectly what the other person is saying. Any Ideas?

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Keep the head set on at all times or buy a better phone that doesnt suck.

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