Ella Boe (Denmark, Brande)
Greetings from Denmark! We live in a very nice place – in Brande that is known for its street art. A lot of people like our town and so do I. But I used to have one thing that I really hate – my house used to be affected by TDC poor coverage. We had TDC poor GSM signal (it was possible to catch it from time to time but quite often it didn’t allow us to make any calls at all) and we had serious TDC 4G signal problems. It was a disaster for us. We are a young family; we work a lot (sometimes we need to make calls for our business purposes from home), we have a lot of friends (that’s why we need to stay in touch with them) and without any doubts we need to stay in contact with our parents.
But as you understand all our plans for communication were significantly spoilt by TDC signal issues. Nevertheless, thanks to our mobile signal booster that we ordered on this website, our life has changed. We ordered LCD250-GSM+4G with a view to improve our GSM and 4G signals. And we have achieved our goal!
Paul Gillen (Ireland, Kildare )
I purchased the LCD-500GD to cover a large domestic house that had extremely poor Tesco Mobile cell signal.
Carolina Gervasio (Portugal, Anceriz)
We live in a village in Portugal. Our children have grown up and moved to the city and with my wife we really miss them. But we have mobile phones and can communicate with them. To tell the truth, all these new technologies seem to us rather complicated that’s why we have never even tried to use mobile internet or some applications but we can make mobile calls and send SMS.
Chris Jagstberg (Austria, Kleinreifling)
I live in Kleinreifling, which is a small village in the district of Steyr-Land in Austria. To say that Yesss! mobile signal is weak here is practically the same as to say nothing. Any time I wanted to make a call I needed to go out of my house in order to catch a strong enough signal. Yesss! poor reception became a nightmare for me and my family. All the time we had to deal with dropped calls, bad audibility, slow internet…
Anne-Lyse Viljoen (South Africa, Ceres)
If you live in countryside in South Africa, be ready to have some problems with mobile communication. The mobile network infrastructure is not good enough to satisfy all the needs of people living in a rural area. That’s why a lot of people in rural regions of our country don’t even have mobile phones as they can be useless when you don’t have an opportunity to catch a good mobile signal to use mobile services.