It’s the best mobile phone signal booster UK market has to offer. It will do wonders for your signal in a small space. This is the best long-term and cost-effective solution to your mobile signal issue.
By far, the best performing 4G phone signal booster! It’s perfect for remote and rural areas and people that have small houses or apartments - about 300 sq.m. It’s also super-easy to install, as the detailed manual is included.
A wrongly placed outdoor antenna will affect the performance.
This is a pro model, meaning it’s much more powerful, supports all UK providers and three bands of 900/1800/2100 MHz. It covers an area of up to 600 sq.m. and comes packed with not one but three indoor dome antennas for the perfect coverage.
The three indoor antennas will provide absolute coverage of your space, even if it’s divided and an open floor plan. It’s also very easy to install, and it works across three frequency ranges.
The unit doesn’t offer 4G coverage. Plus, the outdoor antenna needs to be installed just right.
This booster is ideal for larger places and can be easily installed, as it features a very detailed and simple installation guide. It comes with an indoor dome antenna, perfect for open spaces.
The best fit for offices and homes with an open floor plan. It also supports all UK providers. Thus everyone will get a great signal anywhere, as the indoor dome antenna will do wonders covering every inch.
A bit pricey, but good value for money for its coverage.
A very attractive price and easy installation. Features a powerful outdoor antenna.
The outside antenna needs to be directed to the tower, otherwise, it won’t catch any signal. The booster will only enhance a signal coming through 700-2700 MHz frequency, which is very limited.
We shouldn’t be putting up with bad indoor signal, as it disrupts our lives immensely and can even cost us our job.
If you are working from home, a parent that needs to know where their children are at all times, have an elderly relative that needs your attention, or in any other situation, bad cell phone coverage can be very dangerous.
Luckily there is a solution - a mobile signal booster.
Just like purchasing any other appliance or device, here also you need to consider various factors that can have a direct impact on which kind of a smartphone signal booster you will end up buying.
Let’s start with the introduction of the device itself and explain how it actually works.
A mobile phone home signal booster takes the signal coming in from the cell tower, amplifies it, and broadcast it across the area.
Any 4G phone signal booster consists of the following parts - the outdoor antenna - Yagi or LPDA, and indoor antenna - panel or dome, a signal booster unit and two sets of coaxial cables to connect everything together.
The signal from the tower comes through the outdoor antenna, through cables gets to the signal booster unit, which makes it stronger. Then the strong signal travels through cables to the indoor antenna, which broadcasts the strong signal across your area.
NOTE: any mobile phone signal booster UK market offers does not create a signal, it merely boosts an existing one. So for the signal booster to work, you need to have an outside signal. Otherwise, the device will be of no use to you.
Know what kind of signal is faulty in your area - the voice or the data - 3G, 4G, 5G(if you are one of
the lucky ones that get it).
Some boosters are designed to work on only one frequency, while others support multiple ones.
So, knowing this information will guide you towards the right phone signal boosters UK has to offer.
Area size -In order to boost mobile signal it’s also important to know your area size, as the signal boosters vary in this category too. A small booster will not help for a big area and visa-versa.
Your location and layout -
Your geographical location also matters as well as your layout. As we have mentioned, there are 2 types
of indoor and outdoor antennas, and they are meant to be used in different situations.
Depending on your needs you should choose one or the other.
For example, the outdoor directional antennas will be a great help if you know exactly where your tower is and are perfect for rural areas. On the other hand, the omnidirectional antenna would be perfect in busy urban areas, where the signal might be coming from every direction.
When it comes to indoor antennas, you should choose a dome one for an open floor plan and a panel one if you have long hallways or a narrow and long room plan.