Bruno Leccia (Monaco, Monte-Carlo)
I am an owner of a large two-level yacht in Monte-Carlo, Monaco. My yacht is very popular among tourists and I have always been concerned about the quality of services provided on it. First of all, my customers want to be in touch with their relatives and colleagues regardless of their location. This means that any kind of Monaco Telecom signal problems can ruin my reputation of a customer oriented person. Actually Monaco Telecom poor reception isn’t a rare thing to come across when you sail too far away from the land. So in order to preserve my business image and to ensure public safety on my yacht I have decided to install a marine cell phone signal booster. In fact, this device is very popular in the area because of Monaco Telecom poor coverage in certain places.
I visited MyAmplifiers and found a wide range of marine amplifier models designed for boosting Monaco Telecom poor signal on boats and yachts. NS-GDW-Boats-L was the one that I liked the most. This triband marine repeater is both for improving GSM calls and mobile internet on the area up to 3000 m2. It supports three frequency bands at a time – GSM 900MHz, DCS 1800MHz and 3G 2100MHz, which is undoubtedly a great advantage as it easily solves not only Monaco Telecom signal issues but also enhances reception for other providers.
Lumusi Gyepi (Ghana, Agogo)
Tigo poor coverage is not a problem for my family! Now we can enjoy our mobile communication, call our friends and relatives, send messages to them. We have already recommended this web site to some people and one of them has already made an order. Hopefully, my review will help somebody to take a decision!
Oumar Bangoura (Mali, Kidal)
I was attracted by the price and the design. Firstly, the cost is very reasonable and secondly, the booster is very compact, it weighs less than a kilo and doesn’t occupy much space in the room. You don’t have to connect your phone through a cable to it in order to improve Malitel poor signal as it is based on wireless principle of operation.
Mislav Velcic (Croatia, Sutomišćica)
I have my own boat and I have a dream job: I am the captain. I take people on sea walks along the coast of Croatia. And if even 10 years ago my guests could easily live without GSM signal being on the boat, now they want to make photos and share them with their friends and families just immediately. It is just a small example but I think that you understand that today people need to stay in touch with their nearest and dearest every single minute. Moreover, even I personally hate having poor mobile signal.
Ruth Mazinais (Latvia)
I work for one trading company, it is not very big but its activity is continuously developing. We work hard and have very active communication with our clients, suppliers and distributors. Due to a number of factors we prefer mobile communication services, which are much more comfortable than landline telephony services. I think that you understand that in our case high quality of mobile connection is a must.