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Spotty Cell Coverage vs ZBoost

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by Jane Jane, Aug 10, 2011.

  1. Jane Jane

    Jane Jane New Member

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    Hello. First time here. I have been searching for a solution to a problem my brother has. He uses AT&T cell service. For some unknown reason, only his house has spotty coverage. Sometimes he can get 4 bars and then it just disappears and his call is dropped. Sometimes he has to walk around in his front yard and hunt for bars- other times not. We are in Mississippi and his zip is 39702, A friend suggested a ZBoost signal amplifier and I thought I might get one for him, but then I don't know if this would actually solve the problem. Someone else told me that an amplifier would only increase an already poor signal and be worthless. Next door neighbors don't have this problem. Any suggestion from any cell phone gurus out there greatly appreciated.:help:

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  2. Maximum Signal

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    The new Maximum Signal wireless amplifiers are the most powerful on the market. There is currently an in vehicle system giveaway happening here on the web site

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    We gave away in home system here a few months ago and the winner is quits happy with the performance.

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  3. KevinJames

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    I was curious if you've solved the problem with the ZBoost amplifier?
    Cell phone signal is line of site and anything interfering with the signal can disrupt the call, from tree branches to clouds to walking into a different room of the house.
     

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