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    I need your help.

    Does turning on telecoil in "ease of access" increase in-call speaker volume? I know this is not the intended purpose of telecoil but I read somewhere that this increases in-call speaker volume. I turned on telecoil on my Verizon 822 and "I think" the volume seems louder. I was wondering if you all could try this on your phones and see if it makes a difference. I may be hearing an increase in speaker volume because "I want" to hear and increase--but it may just be wishful thinking. I would like verification that the volume does actually increase.

    Thanks in advance for helping with this experiment,
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