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Solution to problem of weak signal in large areas of upto 13,000 sq. ft.

Jun 09, 2016

Cel-Fi is similar to a cellular repeater. It is designed to eliminate in-building dead zones due to weak signal at the perimeter and greatly improves indoor mobile phone reception within up to a whopping 13,000 square feet! If you have a large establishment of up to 13,000 sq. ft., Cel-Fi is the way to go because other options do not compare considering the amazing signal extension and amazing ease of installation within such a large area.
 

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  • Have you heard people complain about AT&T weak cell signals or Sprint having poor service at home? My experience is people are constantly complaining about weak data signals and no reception in buildings. The odd thing is that you hear this complaint from people with all cellular carriers and phones ranging from caveman phones to the latest models. The problem is there are so many things that can interfere with your cell signal. Someone asked, “do trees affect cell phone reception?” My experience is what doesn’t affect cell phone reception. Fortunately, there are AT&T weak signal solutions and solutions for all carriers. Cell phone boosters can power up your signal, whether it’s in your home, your car, or here, in larger buildings. No need to put up with this problem.

    Edward Carson on
  • This sounds like a cool way how to boost cell phone signal strength. I’ve heard of repeaters for radios so it makes sense that a cellular repeater could do the job in a big space like an office or factory. Anyone know how easy these are to install? It says it’s easy installation so I’m wondering if you could do it yourself.

    Jay Hawkins on
  • This looks worth checking out. I have a friend who works downtown and his office is not only big, but it’s very old with a lot of materials that interfere with cell phone reception. I am going to tell him to look into this because his office is one giant dead zone (at least it seems that way). Best of all, if he gets it soon, he can write the cell repeater off on his taxes.

    Michael Rickard on

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