Kelvin Milner (United Kingdom, Bradford )
I ordered the Nikrans NS-1100GW O2 sure signal booster few weeks ago to this steal reinforced building, where my office is based to enhance O2 poor coverage. It came to UK really fast. To be honest, I was surprised, it took about a week.
Now I put it up temporarily until we have the new office area finished, but when I started it and tried my phone, it was a huge success! The employees really like it, because it boosted the signal to full bars and now we have super download speed. No more O2 signal issues! The thing that we like most is that all my colleagues can use this O2 sure signal booster at a moment.
As myAmplifiers has a wide variety of boosters I also ordered one more booster for my house in US and I am looking forward to install it there. It's LCD-250 AWS, which, I hope, will resolve my poor signal problem. I need it for all providers too, so it looks suitable. Looking forward to try it!
Silvia Fecheteanu (Romania, Palanca)
As far as I can see, a lot of people living in a rural area in different countries quite often suffer from mobile signal poor coverage. We are from Romania and we have faced with similar problems that are considered to be rather usual for residents of villages. Digi.Mobil poor coverage used to be a nightmare for us. In our house we couldn’t make calls or use any mobile internet services.
Eric Thamm (United Kingdom, Taynuilt)
Living in a rural area, in small towns and villages has so many advantages but it has some disadvantages as well. Due to some infrastructural peculiarities you can be deprived of some blessings of civilization. I live in Taynuilt, UK and I know what I am talking about. Though we have very good FreedomPop GSM connection, 4G network signal leaves much to desire.
Gordon Strome (USA, Idaho)
My wife and I decided to change the mobile operator because our kids started going to school, and they needed better internet speed for studying. But that’s when AT&T signal issues started occurring. It turned out that we live just too far from the cell tower and we haven’t thought about that before, so we can’t have enough signal to receive. That was upsetting and uncomfortable, but I thought that we can invest a little more into a signal repeater, because we really liked the operator’s offer and didn’t want to change it again.
Ralph Strohman (Germany, Kitzingen)
I have a private house in the countryside of Germany. To be honest, we don’t usually experience a lot of Vodafone signal issues. It feels like the situation is quite stable in my country. But there were still some rooms in the house where I wanted a great connection, but the Vodafone poor coverage simply seemed to be an issue there. For example, I made an entertainment room for the kids in the basement and we all know how important flawless Internet connection is for the kids nowadays. After all, practically all of their toys work with the help of Internet!