I wonder if a guru here could pass on this on to BT
When I receive a voiced text it is almost impossible to decipher in real time as, for instance, the number
44 1234 321 987
would be voiced as
“Four hundred and forty-one billion two hundred and thirty-four million three hundred and twenty-one thousand nine hundred and eighty-seven”
This is totally ridiculous and pretty much impossible to re-interpret without several listens and writing it out. Hard to believe a company whose sole purpose is delivering communication systems would do this
Are you saying that BT voice texts are voiced differenly on a DV phone than on a conventional analogue phone?
In other words, is the fault of BT voice texts or DV?
It’s just this way on the DV phone. My last phone, which was also BT didn’t do this