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Manujosserand
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mobile network booster

HI there, I have read a fair bit in the forum but everything seems from 2013 or 2014, I am hoping things have changed since. I have very poor connectivity in my house (even though I leave in central London). Outside the house it is all fine, but inside it simply does not work. 

I saw that we could get a signal booster, but these come in at a hefty £150-200! does anyone can help on finding a cheaper option and how I can get the phone to work internally?

 

Thanks in advance, 

BRgds, 

EJ

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Re: mobile network booster

Hi Manujosserand,

 

Thanks for asking us a questionSmiley Happy

 

Sorry to hear about your signal strength issues.

 

You could try a manual network selection. The option to select this is different on various mobile phones. If you do change to this make sure you select a network that shows either Virgin, EE, Orange or T-Mobile. 

 

If you would like to tell me which phone you have and I could have a look for a guide on how to do this for you.

 

Hope this helps.

 

Many thanks,

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jhuk
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Re: mobile network booster

All the above are using the same EE network so should be same strength.

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Re: mobile network booster

true but sometimes one will be stronger but your phone will not auto swap.

had it at my previous work address ironically a virgin store. one of the selections was full strength one was just under half
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