2020 was the year that video calls and Zoom meetings became a permanent fixture for workers, as face-to-face interactions were halted due to the coronavirus pandemic. But as with any technology, glitches can occur, and video calls are no different to this issue. As more and more professionals relied on this type of software to communicate with colleagues, managers and clients, these tech issues became more prevalent. For many working from home Brits, the biggest bugbear they came across was video calls freezing on them. 22% of 2,000 adults in a Virgin Media poll stated that they had to put up with this problem, while 15% said they had to deal with calls cutting out altogether due to bad Wi-Fi connections. On average, the data found that adults take part in around five video calls a week...
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