AnyTone AT500 is designed to amplify GSM signals in locations up to 150 m2 (1600 ft2). Correspondingly, this booster model is suitable for private houses, offices, stores, parking lots and other areas of middle size. The frequency range of the device is 900 MHz which is suitable for most mobile providers of the European Union and most countries of the world.
The GSM signal booster ensures perfect coverage of the area for both call reception and making calls. You'll also get reliable GSM, GPRS, EDGE connections with this device.
High quality and compliance with modern technical requirements of AT500 model is confirmed by the international CE and RoHS certifications as well as two-year warranty this device disposes of.
Order AT500 booster model right now and enjoy stable mobile connections at home or at work!
Installation of a mobile signal booster is very simple and takes about 20 minutes. Moreover it doesn't demand any additional technical skills so that any our client can do it individually. This gsm outdoor repeater is also very convenient to use as weak signal gets amplified just in 5-7 seconds after you plug the booster into a power supply.
Modern laconic design and small dimensions of AnyTone AT500 GSM signal booster allows its mounting in any interior.
This equipment doesn't produce any radiation emissions which makes it safe and healthy for humans.
AT500 gsm outdoor repeater is the best way to improve mobile signals effectively!
Our Professional Team is always ready to answer all your questions.
As far as I can see, a lot of people living in a rural area in different countries quite often suffer from mobile signal poor coverage. We are from Romania and we have faced with similar problems that are considered to be rather usual for residents of villages. Digi.Mobil poor coverage used to be a nightmare for us. In our house we couldn’t make calls or use any mobile internet services.
Silvia Fecheteanu · Romania, Palanca
Even a year ago (when I was still living with my parents) I had no idea that today so many people are suffering from mobile signal issues. But when I moved to my own house, I began noticing that if I wanted to make a call, I needed to make several attempts. Moreover, quite often all these attempts were quite unsuccessful. Lycamobile signal issues really prevented me from communication with other people via mobile phones.
Oliver Curschman · Germany, Boppard
In Namibia quite a lot of people have faced with mobile poor coverage. Yes, mobile infrastructure in our country can’t be considered to be highly developed. Moreover, landline telephony is in a very poor state. That’s why sometimes it can be really challenging to stay in touch with your families and friends.
Isra Nguvauva · Namibia, Mariental