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    How to install a mobile phone repeater?

    3rd March 2014

    Having a poor reception on your mobile phone can be at least a little annoying, at worst absolutely infuriating. If you live on the outer edge of a mobile provider’s network, then a mobile phone repeater may be just the thing you need. No more having to stand right by the window or venture outside […]

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    Mobile signal everywhere – Why use WIFI hotspots in your local café?

    21st January 2014

    WIFI hotspots We have all experienced WIFI hopping from one free WIFI zone to the next. Every time you go to a new café/bar you have to ask someone for the WIFI password and connect. And then you lose connection once you leave that premises. Often times the the particular WIFI hotspot is very slow […]

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    Does mobile phone radiation harm you?

    9th December 2013

    Since the 1970’s, there have been questions about the risks of using mobile phones and that  the radiation emitted may cause cancer. Nowadays, if you ask the average person about the dangers of mobile phone use, you often hear, “they may harm you, but I don’t know why….. I heard it on the radio… they […]

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    Unlimited data plan with Three and a mobile signal repeater

    9th December 2013

      Ok , I’m here to talk about what can be achieved with Three,  the mobile operator, a MIFI device and a StellaDoradus repeater. A MIFI device connects to the Three mobile network and converts the 3G/4G data signal to a local WIFI hotspot that all your devices can connect to. Your phone can also perform this function in […]

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    Top 10 countries with fastest 4G speeds

    22nd November 2013

    Despite the US having the most advanced LTE (Long Term Evolution) infrastructure in the world, its networks are by no means the fastest. Several other nations have scored higher and some of them even reveal speeds that are up to 2 times faster. 4G is the successor to 3G, and it promises ultra-fast broadband internet […]

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    5 Common things that can affect your indoor mobile phone signal

    18th November 2013

    Having trouble with your indoor mobile phone signal? We’ve put together five things that could be leading to a poor mobile reception in your home and what you can do to resolve this.   1) Distance from the tower If you are in a vehicle and have driven further from the tower or if you […]

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    Do mobile phone boosters work?

    6th November 2013

    Research carried out by the Pew Life Project (http://pewinternet.org/Reports/2012/Mobile-phone-problems/Main-findings.aspx) reveals that 72% of mobile phone users experience some form of dropped call and 32% experience it a few times each week. This research also reveals that Smartphone users experience higher incidence of these problems compared with other mobile phone users. Many of these users are […]

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    Mobile phone networks with the best and worst reception

    29th October 2013

    Which mobile networks have the best and worst reception? That is a difficult question to answer due to the various factors that contribute to good or bad network signals. Each network for example claims to cover a certain percentage of the population, however the actual strength in each location will vary. They each provide coverage […]

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    Solutions to poor mobile phone signals in remote locations

    21st October 2013

    Poor mobile phone signals are synonymous with remote locations. Dropped calls and poor mobile reception are part of day to day life for people residing or visiting rural locations and other areas out of reach of mobile operator base stations. While this may be tolerable in some situations, this may be a problem in your […]

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