After Moving in to a new house recently we started having problems getting a cell phone signal. So I started looking for a way to boost the cell phone signal on the inside of our house ( we get a great one outside ). link building services
I started doing some research and found that I didn’t know what I was looking for.
The prices for cell phone signal boosters went from around $200 up over a couple thousand, and I didn’t know what they were talking about when they were describing the Networks: CDMA, GSM, GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, 1xRTT, UMTS, HSPA, 3G or the mobile devices using 800 & 1900 MHz and a lot of other stuff that was like a different language to me. information technology service provider
I didn’t what to buy a unit that didn’t work for our cell phones, and I didn’t want to spend more money then I needed to either.
After what I think was weeks of research i finally figure out in simple terms the difference between some of the units out there. Alfao
Some things you need to know before buying a Signal Booster:
1. Is it for home/office or auto/boat/RV
2. How large of a space needs to be covered if for home.
3. Two story of One story house or office
4. Can you use external or does it need to be internal.
5. How much are you willing to spend.
6. What carrier you have, any information about type of signal for your phone you can get from them.
7. Is it for one phone or more, (even if you live alone think about if other people coming to your house need to use their phones. Cellboost
From there it is just a matter of sitting down and doing a little research. Some of the employee’s at your local electronic store can be helpful, but can also just be telling you what the Manufacturer’s Rep. has told them to say to sell the product.