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How to Boost Your Mobile Signal Strength at Home and Dead Zones

How to Boost Your Mobile Signal Strength at Home and Dead Zones

Do you have some dead zones in your home where mobile signals seem to disappear suddenly? Most of you suffer from calls getting dropped as you enter into areas of weak signal strength. Although, carriers optimize network coverage, yet you cannot mitigate the problems entirely. Therefore, you must learn how to boost your mobile signal at home.

Use Cellular Signal Repeaters/Boosters

The network carriers may provide you with signal boosters or repeaters that

strengthen the signals coming to your home. If you are consistently receiving just one bar of network coverage, signal repeaters can enhance them to provide more bars. When you install booster near the window, it will capture signals and boost it, providing strong signals through your home. You may contact your carrier for providing you signal boosters or repeaters.


It is a tiny, low power cellular base station that connects to network via your broadband internet connection. Effectively, it is a small cellular tower

that will provide signals in your home, connecting to the larger mobile network over your internet connection. This situation is useful in cases when you can’t receive even a bar of signal. Your internet connection must have high download speed to serve requirements of carriers. Broadband connections would be ideally suited in this case.

Microcells could be made available by requesting your carrier or you can buy them easily on Amazon or some other tech store.


Wi-Fi Calling and SMS

Wi-Fi calling and SMS is a great service for those who can’t receive sufficient mobile signals at home. This service is available only in limited regions on the globe. For example, in US, only T-mobile offers Wi-Fi calling for both Android smartphones and iPhones. AT&T and Verizon have announced plans for activating Wi-Fi calling in 2015.

Wi-Fi network aids to transport your calls and SMS traffic if your network doesn’t offer sufficient network coverage in your areas. You can make calls and SMS as you would normally do with your carrier. Wi-Fi network also hands over the charge to cellular network in areas of good network coverage.

Wi-Fi calling seems to be the future of mobile carriers that offers easy network coverage for making your calls and sending text messages. You don’t need to buy a special device for transferring Wi-Fi signals as this functionality is embedded in your devices.

The tips and tricks to boost your mobile signal at home should alleviate your frustration created by dropped calls and limited network coverage.

Fahad Saleem

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