Brian Yews (Singapore)
As many people nowadays I am accustomed of being connected 24/7. So I needed to do something with my StarHub signal problems on the boat.
Sometimes I had no GSM, no 3G, no 4G signals. And these StarHub signal issues could drive me crazy. I decided not to tolerate with StarHub poor signal and to find a way-out. I knew that it is possible to install a mobile signal booster in your house or office if you have some problems with mobile coverage and I decided to find out whether there are similar options for boats. And I was right! MyAmplifiers company offers excellent GSM, 3G, 4G marine cell phone boosters at very good prices.
I bought NS-GDW-Boats-L GSM, 3G, 4G marine amplifier and installed it on my boat. Now I can stay in touch with my friends and family even when I am sailing. By the way, you don’t need to have a lot of free space on your boat for this device as it is surprisingly compact. I am happy that I have found this site and this device as it has significantly facilitated my mobile communication on the boat. So, I strongly recommend this device for all boat owners!
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.
Amer Wasem (Oman, Muscat)
I have quite a large boat that I usually use for tourist causes. There was a constant poor signal problem as soon as we left the deck. Of course, it is because of a mobile operator’s poor coverage. But nowadays we want to make sure that we have great mobile and Internet connection wherever we go, even if we are somewhere out in the sea.
Gustav Voigt (Denmark, Braedstrup )
Living in a rural area, we do not have a lot of opportunities to stay in touch with many of our friends and relatives, we do not use the services of landline telephony and sometimes it is rather problematic for us to visit our nearest and dearest as they live rather far away. So, mobile communication is the most appropriate way for us to stay connected. Though we live not very far from the several urban centers, Telia poor signal used to be a real disaster for us.
Scott Feaviour (United Kingdom, Elsrickle)
Ever since I opened a café, I have noticed that the guests were sometimes unhappy with the GiffGaff signal quality inside the building. It’s not the most necessary thing when you come to eat, but lots of visitors want to use social media, or call someone, or call a taxi later after dinner, and poor signal can really be a problem in each of these occasions.