Hi, my name is Harry and I am from Finland. Sorry for bothering you but I have a question. Several days ago I decided to put our problems with gsm signal to the logical end and order the Anytone mobile signal booster. At first all seemed to be very simple. The coverage of the signal must be about 250-300 m2 (my garage) so I was very surprised when found out that there are two gsm boosters with approximately the same characteristics. They differ only by the frequency which the work at. But I really do not know what frequency our telecom operator works at, how can I find it out? I don’t want to lose my money and time. Thanks for the answer.
Hello, Harry. We know that Finland is an extremely beautiful country! As we understood in your question you are talking about our two Anytone mobile signal boosters AT6000D and AT600. Firstly we need to admit that they both are well designed and manufactured. The first one is designed for middle size areas with very low mobile signal and has maximum indoor coverage about 250m2. The second one is manufactured to cover up to 300m2. So you are right that both of these boosters suit to your needs.
You are confused by the different frequencies they work at but this is not a problem. All is very simple. Every mobile operator works at its own frequency. You can find it out using several techniques. At first you can call your operator and ask this question. In most cases it helps. But there are evil people which think that the frequency is like a strategic secret. So there is another way. You can visit our Helper. There you will see the list of countries. We work with most countries in the world. So you have to choose you country. After that all possible operators will be shown for you. You can also see the frequency these operators work at.
In Finland there are four available mobile operators: Alands Mobiltelefon Ab, Dna Finland, Elisa Corporation etc. All of them work at a standard European frequency of 900MHz, that’s why we advise you AT600 mobile repeater as the best option. We hope that this will help you!
A lot of friends of mine have mobile signal repeaters and are really happy about them. They say that mobile or gsm repeaters stabilize cell phone and 3g perception in their houses, garages and offices. But as for me the situation with the mobile signal is a bit weird. I mean most days it works pretty well, but sometimes it just makes me nuts.
Hi, I'm Mark from Germany and it's really important for me to know if I need to use an indoor antenna for my AT800 booster by AnyTone. I had a quite funny situation with my amplifier – my cat broke the internal antenna or to be more correct it bit it. When I came into the room the antenna was bitten and I can't even imagine how that 'beast' could break it.
Hello, guys. Hope you have a good day. All my live I lived in a small city and through all this time I had no problem with 3g signal coverage. But as you know, nothing lasts forever. I bought a new flat. The district is wonderful but new so the infrastructure is not sophisticated enough. And as a result I faced the problem of low 3g signal.