Luke Jansen (Netherlands, Zoetermeer)
Katarina Gabko (Slovakia, Martin)
Hello! I live in Slovakia in a big apartment, and I began experiencing O2 signal issues when some other new buildings were built around my place. The signal was unable to clearly go through because the buildings were stopping it. I tried contacting the operator, and they changed my modem, but it didn’t help very much, and my 3G speed was still annoyingly slow.
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.
Adam Jellison (United Kingdom, Wrexham )
I own a large private bus which is used for transfers around the UK. It’s not a secret that when people are on the go they prefer to take advantage of their free time in the trip and do something useful or at least entertain themselves with the help of modern devices and advanced technologies. As a rule, in such cases 3G Internet comes to rescue. And if you have no possibility to ensure your passengers with high quality connection this means that you may start losing clients.
Oleg Krasnov (Belarus, Minsk)
The signal in our office used to be rather unstable. And our carrier could not help us. So we decided not to waste time and to resolve the problem on our own by getting a mobile repeater. The obtained results exceeded our expectations. I send you a few images for your reference.
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