Today when you call somebody and ask a simple question “Where are you?”, in the majority of situations it sounds quite logical, natural and normal. But if you had called somebody, for example, 35 years ago with just the same question, people would have said that you were crazy or at least strange. The explanation is simple. 35 years ago, mobile phones were not introduced. We had an opportunity to call only via landline telephony. And of course, if we called our parents when they were at work, we used the phone number of their office and if they answered us, it was obvious that they were in the office. The same scheme worked when we called our friends using their home phone numbers. Now in the majority of cases we use mobile phones, and we never know where our relatives or friends are when they answer their mobile phones. Yes, with mobile telephony we have received a wide range of new opportunities that were unknown for us before. We can call people and there is not obligatory for them to be at home to answer us, we can send short quick messages, we can use mobile internet that has opened for us practically limitless horizons. Mobile communication has absolutely changed the way we perceive interpersonal communication.
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Speaking about Sri Lanka, we cannot but mention that the level of its mobile services market development is above the average in the region. Though for many years the rate of mobile penetration was lower than in many other countries, now it has exceeded 130%. This excellent indicator has been achieved thanks to hard work of mobile services operators on the national market - Mobitel, Dialog, Hutch, Etisalat. One of the most active players is Mobitel. It was one of the first companies to offer mobile services in the country that’s why it can boast a huge client base. To its subscribers the company delivers high quality mobile communications services based on the technologies that are the most widely used in the world: GSM, 2G, 3G and the most advanced 4G LTE technology. Mobitel mobile coverage in 4G is actively expanding and it is obvious that the country’s goal is to achieve the nationwide level.
Though the major percentage of users are absolutely satisfied with the quality of services as well as with their prices, some subscribers suffer from Mobitel signal problems in some locations. Mobitel mobile signal issues can appear as a result of Mobitel bad signal in remote or rural areas, weather conditions and landscape peculiarities also may leave their mark. Nevertheless, Mobitel poor reception is not an obstacle that can’t be overcome. With our mobile phone signal booster Mobitel, you will need just a second to improve the situation and forget about any problems. Mobitel network signal booster set is represented by Mobitel signal booster box and two antennas. We can guarantee you the quality of each element of our Mobitel signal repeater sets as all of them will be tested in a professional laboratory before we send our devices for our clients. Moreover, only safe and high quality materials are used for production of our Mobitel signal boosters for home and it lets them meet all RoHS and CE strict standards.
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