Marcel Fimpa (Congo, Boundji)
Though I live in a small town in Congo, I have never had any difficulties with GSM calls that’s why when I chose a new mobile plan that included 3G mobile internet (I had previously found out that my mobile operator was transmitting 3G signal across my area), I was really surprised that MTN 3G poor signal wouldn’t give me a chance to enjoy mobile internet at home. Something went wrong and MTN signal problems were obvious. To tell the truth, I had no ideas how to deal with these MTN 3G poor coverage.
But I knew that I really needed to boost cell phone signal 3g at home as I needed to use it not only for private communication or entertainment. I needed to use it for my studies as well, for example for downloading some materials or books, as I didn’t have a computer. And when I was really desperate, my groupmate advised me to visit MyAmplifiers web site. At that time I didn’t know anything about mobile signal boosters and their capacities to boost cell phone signal. But when I entered the site I found so much information about them! I easily managed to find several boosters that are designed to solve MTN mobile signal problems in Congo.
Mark Phoenix (Canada, Stauffer)
If you have Telus Mobility signal problems, follow our example, order a mobile signal booster! We enjoy high speedy internet connection in our house! If you have some doubts or if you don’t know what booster you should choose for your situation, you can always contact MyAmplifiers customer support team and they will carefully analyze your problems and give you their professional recommendations.
Yusuf Cevdet (Turkey, Yahyalı)
No more missed calls and poor hearing, no more missing important updates and no more inabilities to send or receive my work! I am very grateful to MyAmplifiers team for helping me out with it and to my colleague for recommending their store!
Ada Mikalsen (Norway, Rognes )
Me and my family own a piece of land for several years now, and we made a farm out of it. We planned on inviting tourists to see the farm life and get in touch with local farm animals, but we figured out that we would need a stable internet connection throughout the whole area, if we want to make it a tourist attraction. It’s not really necessary, but it would be nicer for people’s comfort.
Omar Sleiman (Oman, Fanja )
When we were at home we all felt that we were separated from the rest of the world. It was practically impossible to stay in touch with somebody and together with my wife we understood that we should find a solution as not only we but also our children were suffering.