Cyril Marsaud (London, UK)
My office is located in a cellar. I constantly had EE poor signal; impossible to make a call or browse Internet without interruptions!
Following the advice from Julie, I ordered a 4g repeater to amplify the EE 4G signal.
A few days later I received the device.
Installing it was very simple (less than 10 min).
As soon as the device was connected, I got immediately 4 to 5 bars on my phones. From now on, I don't have EE signal issues any more. If you have the same inconveniences, have a look at their range of repeaters - I'm sure you'll find yours.
Paolo Strollo (Italy, Trento)
I work at an amusement center that is located on a large surface, and our pervious signal amplifier from another store wasn’t working so well lately. Our visitors were complaining that internet signal was pretty unstable, they couldn’t get a proper connection, and sometimes there was no connection at all. We decided that we needed another, new and more powerful amplifier for our poor coverage.
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.
Jacques van Biesen (Spain, Andalucía)
Due to the mountainous location of the house, we could not contact anyone by phone, which used to complicate the life a lot. The result we've obtained with a signal booster is outstanding! I do recommend a signal booster to others.
Harry Bristow (Chile, Cabo de Hornos)
If you live in one of the countries of Latin America and if you have a boat or a yacht, then you definitely know about the problem with mobile signal that you may have while you are sailing. I suppose that some similar problems are known for people who like sailing regardless of their place of living. Yes, there are no cell towers in the sea, that's why poor mobile signal coverage is quite explicable.