Adam Jellison (United Kingdom, Wrexham )
I decided to purchase a signal repeater and to use it in my bus during trips. The model I have bought is Nikrans NS-3G-A antenna signal booster which is suitable both for large and small vehicles. Personally I use it for improving FreedomPop poor reception but this very model is compatible with many other providers in the UK and other European countries due to the fact that it operates at a standard frequency of 2100 MHz. As soon as the device starts working, it provides perfect 3G mobile Internet in the bus and all kinds of FreedomPop signal problems vanish.
The installation was very simple, I only spent about 15-20 minutes on it. I mounted the out-of-car and in-car antennas, connected the antenna with a cable which was included in the kit (the length is about 3 m) and then I plugged the power adaptor into the cigar lighter. The antenna signal booster started to boost FreedomPop poor coverage automatically in a few seconds. You don’t have to connect your phone to the booster with any kind of cables, so every passenger can enjoy stable 3G connection without any FreedomPop signal issues.
Tyler Neaverson (USA, Alamosa)
Why have I chosen Nikrans NS-2000EDWL? Because without any doubts it’s the best mobile signal booster I’ve ever met. I have purchased it in order to improve mobile coverage in my local supermarket in the USA and I’m more than just satisfied with the result. In my opinion this amplifier can be truly called the most advanced and professional device in the field of mobile signal boosting.
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.
Lastri Pranata (Indonesia, Sengkang)
Of course, lack of mobile internet at home was very irritating for me, as I need to stay online 24/7. It is normal nowadays. But due to Telkomsel poor signal I didn’t have an opportunity to stay in touch with my friends. Of course, I could call them or send SMS. But who does this today? Mobile online apps are much more convenient for communication for young people.
Fabien Moret (France, Mouaville)
We share a flat with my girlfriend. We moved to a new place not so long ago and everything around us still seems to be rather new for us. Nevertheless, there was one thing that really disappointed us. Due to some geographical or landscape peculiarities of the location where we live our neighborhood has significant mobile signal problems. And if we hadn’t bought this booster, I don’t know what we would do now.