FreedomPop is the most popular mobile provider in Mexico. The numbers speak for themselves as the company has more than 73 million subscribers. Although the provider does its best to ensure stable connection for all its users, we still can’t avoid FreedomPop signal problems in some parts of the country.
The best way to do away with these issues is to install FreedomPop signal booster. This device effectively improves signal both in rural and urban areas and provides stable FreedomPop mobile coverage around small and big premises.
FreedomPop frequencies are the same as those of QUBocel and Maz Tiempo – 1900 MHz and 850 MHz. However, FreedomPop supports additional 1700 MHz, so we offer you to choose a FreedomPop network signal booster which amplifies signal at all the mentioned frequencies.
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You can install a GSM Signal Booster, a 3G signal booster or a 4G signal booster. All the models of FreedomPop signal repeaters have quality certificates and fully correspond to the international standards.
Order your FreedomPop signal booster right now and forget about FreedomPop signal problems at home or at office once and for all!
Note: information on FreedomPop frequencies is taken from public sources. MyAmplifiers.com thoroughly monitors its relevance and guarantees 97% accuracy. However, if you have any doubts concerning the compatibility of a specific booster model with FreedomPop frequencies in your region, please, contact our managers.
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Jonathan Brown (Canada, Field)
It can boost cell phone signal at home very well. I left my Mobilis signal problems behind.
Théo Wejieme (New Caledonia, Dumbéa)
I needed the amplifier because of poor mobile signal reception at our holiday home in hilly Burgundy (France)
Joost Jonker (France, Burgundy)
Nice booster to fix Aldi Talk signal problems with 3G.
Michael Bachert (Germany, Ravensburg )