Janne Toivenen (Finland, Kotka)
In my view this triband GSM 3G 4G lte marine antenna is the most universal solution to any kind of signal problems. First of all it perfectly improves poor coverage and helps get rid of various signal issues. The marine amplifier functions at GSM 900MHz, DCS 1800MHz and 3G 2100MHz frequency bands at a time. Personally I use it to enhance GSM connection and 3G mobile Internet but the model is suitable for amplifying LTE 4G/LTE Internet at 1800MHz band as well.
As far as the installation process is concerned there is nothing to be afraid of as it is very simple and understandable. The full kit goes with inside and outside omnidirectional boat antennas, cables (10m and 5 m), a marine cell booster box with a AC/DC power supply, 12V power adaptor and special mounting brackets for boats and yachts. I would like to note the really noticeable effectiveness of the device. We don’t face signal issues any more, speedy internet connection and stable signal for making cell phone calls are 100% ensured by the amplifier. I have no complaints regarding the functionality of GSM 3G 4G lte marine antenna NS-GDW-Boats-L, it works as it is written in the characteristics.
Anne Mjelde (Norway, Sluppen)
If something goes wrong with your Telia mobile signal at your place, try to install a mobile signal booster! It will be the best idea. At the moment, we are very satisfied with our booster, it amplifies GSM and 4G Telia signals. It means that our problems with calls and mobile internet are in the past. And it is amazing!
Moustapha Kouyate (Senegal, Sébikhotane)
For many years we hadn’t use mobile services at all, though a lot of our friends and relatives already were very active mobile services users. Nevertheless, then we decided that it would be really sensible to buy at least the simplest mobile phones and got an opportunity to make calls. But can you understand our disappointment when we realized that we still hadn’t got an opportunity to make calls at home due to Expresso poor coverage in the area where we lived?
Duarte Peeira (Portugal, Porto)
Owning a boat is actually no big deal in my country, especially since I live near the sea, so me and my family has also bought one for ourselves recently. We were testing it out and going on some trips, and one of the things that we noticed almost immediately was poor coverage of GSM signal and marine internet. We thought that it was normal and a very common flaw of using boats and getting far from the shore.
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.