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Well, there's a bunch of reasons why that could be:
•You speak in a muffled/slurred voice that is difficult to understand when the listener is not looking at you
•Your phone's microphone is defective and need repair/replacement
•you have a case on the 5c that covers one or both of the microphones. There are two mics on the 5c: one that actually captures the intended audio and the other there listens for background noise. What the phone sends to the listener on the other end is a subset of the two microphone sources passed through a complex filter.
The "main" mic is on the bottom of the iPhone while the background sensing mic is on the rear housing between the camera and flash.
•you have debris/dirt in the microphone holes
It usually is something that can't be fixed on your own without having to open the phone up. That is something that can usually on be fixed by a professional unfortunately, but those damages don't cost to much to fix. It always just depends on what they charge for labor.
Hi, It's the mouth piece of the phone.The mouth piece is located at the down part of the phone which allows others to here you when you talk. The mouth piece is damaged that's why people can hear you, When they replace it people will hear you clearly.
It is possible that your cell phone has gotten something covering the mic or dirt has gotten into it. There is a piece of felt that is used near the mic area. It is possible that it has moved or was never in the correct place. In order to know a person with experience would need to take th phone apart to check the mic area. Or you might just want to have a new mic added.