In heavily populated areas of the Netherlands there is a dense mobile network that in most cases ensures good mobile connection. Vodafone connection of a high quality is supplied by plenty of base stations throughout the country. But certain failures in Vodafone service could arise in remote regions and if phone subscribers live or work on the basement level.
The mobile network operator Vodafone works at common European frequencies — 900 and 1800 for calls, 2100 for 3G, 800 and 2600 for 4G/LTE. Most Vodafone phone signal booster versions are KPN-, Telfort-, Tele2-compatible. It is quite easy to boost Vodafone signal. The only thing required is a proper Vodafone signal booster box. And we are ready to help!
The Vodafone home signal booster is sensitive even to the weakest signal. So the booster has no difficulty in finding a signal, enhancing it and spreading the intensified signal throughout the coverage area. Each Vodafone repeater set is supplied with some extra equipment (antennas and cables), so the device is ready for service.
The main advantages of using a Vodafone phone booster lie in maintenance of great number of subscribers at one and the same time, wireless connection within the network coverage, multifold automatic functions and a prompt and uncomplicated setup. No extra settings of the Vodafone data booster are necessary. CE and RoHS certificates guarantee100% safety of the devices.
The setup of a signal booster for Vodafone results in good audibility and steady phone connection, sustainable 3G or 4G/LTE mobile Internet.
Since 2001, MyAmplifiers helps thousands of the Netherlands mobile subscribers to improve their mobile and network connection. If you want to be the next one to solve your Vodafone poor reception problems, contact our team right now!
Note: information on Vodafone 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 Vodafone frequencies in your region, please, contact our managers.