Mobile network coverage in Norway is for sure omnipresent and all the regions of the country get a stable Telenor phone signal. The key players on the market of mobile services in Norway are Telenor, Telia and Chilimobil. These carriers provide the main standards of mobile connection such as GSM, 3G, 4G/LTE. Telenor service quality is one of the most reliable throughout the country. But its customers still encounter Telenor signal problems.
1800 for GSM phone calls, 2100 for 3G Internet, 1800 and 2600 for LTE/4G Telenor Internet are the main Telenor frequency ranges. The residents of urban areas normally enjoy excellent Telenor mobile coverage, while Telenor phone service in the villages of Norway is not top and the problems with Telenor mobile internet and phone connection occur quite frequently. The poor quality of Telenor reception in these areas can be explained by the scarcity of carriers’ antennas or their distant location from the villages. Telenor signal issues are not uncommon in the cities as well. You must have experienced dropped calls or lost data, once you entered an underground location, basement or, on the contrary, higher floors of a building. That’s when it’s useful to have Telenor home signal booster.
Myamplifiers sells Telenor phone booster kits fully equipped with the necessary components. Our cell phone signal boosters are comprised three main elements: an external antenna, Telenor signal booster box and an internal antenna. The systems usually use an external antenna to gather Telenor poor signal which is then transferred to the Telenor booster box inside the house which in turn amplifies the signal, and retransmits it via an internal antenna around the house.
Setting up the mobile signal booster Telenor isn’t a complicated process. You have to mount the external antenna in a suitable place and connect it to the mobile phone booster Telenor with a cable. Your device is ready to use.
Having been on the market since 2005, MyAmplifiers is a company to trust. Our specialists have designed Telenor home mobile signal booster systems that are successfully sold in Norway and worldwide. Among our customers there are a lot of people from the major cities of Norway (Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim and others) whose Telenor network coverage is far from being perfect.
In case you constantly get irritated with your Telenor poor signal in house or office, we’ll find the right device for you - contact us.
Note: information on Telenor 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 Telenor frequencies in your region, please, contact our managers.
Sondre Eidsvik (Norway, Dombås)
We live in a nice mountainous village in Norway. And we like our amazing life close to nature. A lot of tourists every year come to see this natural beauty but we have a chance to enjoy these views every day. And it is really awesome. And there is only one thing about my place of living that I used to hate. Before I found MyAmplifiers, I used to suffer from Telenor 4G signal issues.
Ada Mikalsen (Norway, Rognes )
Me and my family own a piece of land for several years now, and we made a farm out of it. We planned on inviting tourists to see the farm life and get in touch with local farm animals, but we figured out that we would need a stable internet connection throughout the whole area, if we want to make it a tourist attraction. It’s not really necessary, but it would be nicer for people’s comfort.
Nikolai Dahlstrom (Norway, Bjorli)
I live in Bjorli near The Dovrefjell-Sunndalsfjella National Park. Due to the vast mountain area, I’ve constantly experienced Telenor signal issues. In my apartment I have a weak signal, barely enough for text messaging only, even with this the coverage was intermittent. I’ve decided to contact Myamplifiers and they offered me different variants according to my requirements. I needed the amplifier for GSM calls as well as for 3G Internet at 900 Mhz.