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Hi,

If I'm on a cell-phone and due to some network problem the other person's voice is cracking, how do I tell them?

- "Your voice is cracking up/down (?) "

- "You're dropping out."

Thanks.
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"I'm losing you" is something I've said. The most common is "You're breaking up."
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Or:
We seem to have a bad connection/line, I can't hear you well all the time.
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SimiHi,

If I'm on a cell-phone and due to some network problem the other person's voice is cracking, how do I tell them?

- "Your voice is cracking up/down (?) "

- "You're dropping out."

Thanks.
I'm one of the few on the planet who doesn't have a cell phone, but I usually say to the other that they are cracking up (funny sounds on the line). Dropping out is probably also correct, if the line hasn't been cut altogether.
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I think this is the appropriate one

what is the different between breaking and cracking

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I can barely hear you. You can use this sentence as well.

Sorry, I can hardly hear you. Your voice is breaking up.