Antoine Oudin (France, La Malmaison)
When I decided to improve mobile phone reception, I've bought a booster from your website because your tariffs comparing with others are better. I find this website simple and well-made.
The installation of this device didn't cause any problem for me. I just followed the advice as indicated in the user manual.
Now as I managed to improve mobile phone reception, I can phone from my office with no La Poste signal problem at all. I set up an antenna on the roof of my office. That's how I managed to get the best results. The only preoccupation is the system remains sensitive to thunderstorms.
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.
Carlos Yanez (Mexico, Cedral)
Weex mobile signal issues appeared just immediately when we moved to another flat. Though my new flat is situated not far from the house where my parents live and where I spent my childhood, Weex poor coverage began disturbing me only in my new place. In my new flat I couldn’t enjoy my mobile communication at all: no calls, no internet, no SMS. I couldn’t even imagine how I would live in such circumstances. But a solution was so close!
Arend Digman (Denmark, Torsted)
The signal repeater itself is incredibly easy to put together, and I really did all of it myself. I simply placed the outer antenna outside my bedroom window, linked it to the booster box, then plugged the inside antenna into the booster box as well, and that’s basically all. I only needed to turn it on afterwards, and it worked just like magic. I forgot about TDC poor signal once and for all, and I plan on never forgetting to enjoy this modern life benefit from now on.
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.