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Can you hear me now - cell boosters

Kevin Harman | July 6, 2017

Can you hear me now - cell boosters

Isn't that one of the most popular lines in telecom - always brings a smile to my face hearing that one - interestingly, it's still quite frustrating when the cell phone doesn't work. A lot of times it's a remote location - although fewer of those exist with more and more cellphone towers being built - most of the time these days it's a new building or a parkade - if your building has no bars as it were - we can easily fix that and have done so many times - we have installed small local solutions for single office all the way to multi building units with several repeaters, amplifiers, and signal augmentation. We can boost 3G / LTE and you will then be able to hear us now - lol. If your scenario is the I am lost in the woods and have no coverage - we probably can't fix that one - we can only take good coverage from outside and repeat it inside - and if the coverage outside is poor - we won't be able to fix the indoor coverage. We might make the inside more stable, some improvements, and fix any dead spots but it might still not be ideal: anyone with poor to no coverage knows how your battery burns up quick - searching takes a lot of power - and if your close to the border I personally suggest turning off roaming - and setting your carrier to your preferred carrier - this will assist with competing US carriers and random roaming charges - you will also be able to travel a bit further south without switching carriers. 

We would be happy to help your building become a can you hear us now location