Yusuf Cevdet (Turkey, Yahyalı)
I have always had Avea poor coverage in my house, but it didn’t really bother me until I started working from home. I didn’t use internet really much and almost never made any phone calls while being at home, as I did most of it in the office. But when I began working distantly because of the circumstances in our company, I faced the need of getting rid of Avea poor signal as soon as possible, because it stopped me from working efficiently. I couldn’t handle all the phone calls I have been making and receiving before, and internet connection was extremely weak. Avea signal issues were almost killing me, when one of my colleagues, who lives nearby and has previously faced Avea signal problems as well, recommended MyAmplifiers to me.
I wasn’t familiar with the concept of a mobile phones signal booster at all, but the information on the website was very, very helpful for me to understand how that works. The manager I had an online chat with has also told me everything I wanted to know and ensured me that I will completely forget about my troubles with the signal. Ant It turned out to be true!
As soon as I turned on my new mobile phones signal booster, the signal went up throughout my whole house and even in the garden. Working from home has never been so comfortable before. Now I don’t have to search for a spot in my house where the signal would be at least bearable, because I have stable and strong signal in every room thanks to GSM 4G signal booster.
Hamza Mohamed (Djibouti, Djibouti City)
No more dropped calls and disconnections, only good audibility and a very stable signal. The device works at 900 MHz GSM frequency, which is undoubtedly a great plus, because it can better signals from other operators as well. I think I will recommend it to my friends who are looking for ways to improve their mobile connection in vehicles.
Scott Feaviour (United Kingdom, Elsrickle)
Ever since I opened a café, I have noticed that the guests were sometimes unhappy with the GiffGaff signal quality inside the building. It’s not the most necessary thing when you come to eat, but lots of visitors want to use social media, or call someone, or call a taxi later after dinner, and poor signal can really be a problem in each of these occasions.
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).
Nikles Thierry (Ireland, Tuam )
Living in a basement room I had Vodafone poor coverage. A gsm repeater seemed to me the only worthy solution. Now Vodafone signal issues are sorted out. Thanks!