Craig Mainz (Qatar, Mukaynis)
Lots of people in my area experience Ooredoo signal issues, because of the landscape and building specification. The signal just can’t properly get through. I didn’t want to bear with it, so I began to search for a way to get rid of Ooredoo signal problems or, at least, make them less annoying. As most people nowadays, I use internet a lot, especially for social media, so I needed fast and stable 4G connection in my apartment. Most of the time I had from one to two bars of signal on both my computer and phone, which certainly isn’t enough. Moving into another apartment wasn’t an option, since my budget is limited, and that’s when I stumbled upon cell phone signal boosters. They claimed to help get rid of Ooredoo poor coverage, the price seemed pretty nice, and I decided to give it a try.
The model I bought was perfect for the size of my apartment, and the signal really got much better throughout every room and corner, not only a couple meters away from the amplifier.
Even though my neighbors might still have Ooredoo poor signal, I have wonderful internet connection inside my apartment, and I can upload any web page, watch movies or whole TV shows, chat and do lots of things for work.
Salah Tleti (Tunisia, Enfidha)
Of course, some regions of Tunisia can’t boast good mobile signal coverage, I know it. But this situation doesn’t exclude the fact that sometimes it is really unbearable to tolerate with absence of a proper GSM signal that will let you make a call at least. Orange signal problems have come to my house as well.
Nicolas Delpart (Belgium, Gembloux )
I chose MyAmplifiers due to competitive prices and well-made video guidance. The signal quality has really improved now after installing a cell phone booster.
Grace Meakin (United Kingdom, Colnbrook)
Not so long ago I gave my son a gaming console for his birthday, and it turned out that our internet speed was not good enough for it to work properly. We have never noticed that before, because we haven’t really been using the internet very much, and now we figured out that the speed we had was much lower than the provider promised us, and that the connection was failing sometimes.
Ralph Frentz (Netherlands, Zutphen )
When we bought our new Tele2 WiFi router, we were quite sure that it would work perfectly. It had sufficient сoverage and we couldn’t even imagine that we would face with any Tele2 4G signal issues with our team. But when we switched our router on, we understood that only people sitting very close to it would have an opportunity to enjoy speedy 4G internet, the rest of our team could catch only Tele2 poor signal.