Cacey Nambawa (Uganda, Pallisa)
So, in my case I became a victim of Africell poor coverage. I can’t say that in my house there were no mobile signal at all, but some Africell 4G signal problems were obvious. While it was possible to use GSM voice services, 4G mobile internet was unavailable. By the way, we don’t have a computer at home and we don’t have a WiFi router, that’s why we really need to have excellent mobile internet services. But due to Africell 4G poor signal, we couldn’t get them.
Nevertheless, thanks to MyAmplifiers and their best home cell phone booster models, everything is possible. And it is possible to boost 4G signal as well. Having studied all the available variants, I decided to buy LCD250-4G-PRO. I like the coverage that this device can offer and, of course, I like that this booster is designed to deal with Africell 4G signal.
MyAmplifiers, thank you for your services and for my best home cell phone booster thanks to which I can enjoy 4G mobile internet at home.
Momtaz Nouhra (Saudi Arabia, Jeddah)
Have you ever thought that a business center can be built in a location with poor mobile signal coverage? Honestly speaking, I have never thought that such locations really exist. But now I work in the office that is situated in the area where subscribers of all the mobile operators that offer their services in Saudi Arabia suffer from bad mobile signal. No calls, no messages, no mobile internet – full isolation. Can you imagine such a situation?
Farah Nabizada (Afghanistan, Zurmat)
I know that for people living in big cities with excellent infrastructure it may sound strange but we really didn’t have any mobile signal at home at all. Yes, in theory our mobile services provider transmitted the signal across our village but something was wrong with the infrastructure (or maybe there were other reasons like landscape which is rather specific in Afghanistan).
Issa Ndiaye (Mali, Ségou )
In Mali, where I live, mobile services are still at the stage of development. Though our mobile services providers work hard with a view to ensure mobile connection for the widest audience possible, it is not always easy for them to deploy all the necessary infrastructure at once. Of course, some regions have better mobile network infrastructure, some others – worse. But in general, I can’t say that our country can boast excellent mobile connection.
Kumara Narasimhan (Malaysia, Selangor)
The logistics company for which I work has several warehouses across Malaysia. And unfortunately, only in our warehouse all the employees used to struggle with mobile signal problems. Surely, excellent call and Internet quality is vital for our everyday activity.