New Zealand’s mobile services are provided by several large companies like Telecom (Spark), Vodafone NZ, 2degrees and by some smaller private companies which make it possible for the mobile signal to be available almost everywhere. Of course, all these companies provide their customers with all the essential services like text, voice messages, 3G and 4G/LTE connection etc. Spark mobile service, though offering the latest software and rather reliable coverage, still has some signal problems.
Like other mobile providers in New Zealand Spark phone service uses the same frequency ranges — 900Mhz and 1800Mhz for GSM calls, 850Mhz and 2100 for 3G calls and the internet and 700Mhz and 1800Mhz for LTE/4G Spark Internet. The Spark mobile coverage is very reliable in the mainland, especially in cities, but the problem with the Spark mobile internet is daily for rural areas and smaller islands. The Spark reception depends on what device you use and how far away you are from the source of the signal. As the number of the provider’s masts is limited outside cities, the signal has to travel larger distances, in the result you get a weaker signal and a poor connection. However, it doesn’t mean that if you are a dedicated city resident, you are free of Spark signal problems. In the city, there are a lot of obstacles for the signal, a lot of buildings like skyscrapers or reinforced buildings etc. where the signal can’t reach you. In all these cases Spark home signal booster proves to be really helpful.
Mobile phone booster Telecom is the easiest way to forget about the Spark signal problems. My Amplifiers offers you a whole set with all the component parts of Spark phone booster which will improve Spark poor reception. What does the set include? First of all, an outdoor antenna which you’ll need to install somewhere outside where you can get at least some Spark signal. This antenna catches it and transfers to a Spark booster box by cable (also part of the set). The booster upgrades the Spark poor signal and sends a better one to the indoor antenna by cable. The indoor antenna allows you to get a perfect reception on your phone and/or other devices in your house or office. As you see, the initial installation of mobile signal booster Spark is quite easy and fast –it takes less than half an hour. In a nutshell, two antennas, a booster box, a power supply and some cables is what will make your life easier and your Spark signal better.
MyAmplifiers has been in the business for more than 10 years already. Due to our extensive experience and the team of highly-qualified professionals we are happy to give all the necessary assistance and advice to our customers. We offer Spark home mobile signal booster systems in New Zealand and all over the world. If you have problems with Spark poor signal in house or somewhere else, let us take care about that - contact us!
Note: information on Spark 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 Spark frequencies in your region, please, contact our managers.
Corey Imrie (New Zealand, Palmerston)
I had never had any Spark mobile signal problems but then I decided to try to use 4G mobile internet. I have always been an active mobile internet services user, that’s why I don’t think that it sounds surprising that I decided to change my tariff plan for a new one that included 4G services as soon as this network became available in my region. But at that time I didn’t even know that though the signal was available, it was impossible to use it.