Posted by Admin on Mar 12, 2017
It is far easier to connect your phone to a cell phone booster than connecting it to Bluetooth or Wi-Fi signal. Simply, it just works!
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We have all connected our phones to a router so that you can get Wi-Fi. More than likely, you have connected your cell phone to a Bluetooth device. That could be a Bluetooth headset or your favorite speaker. Therefore, you're probably familiar with the process.
It usually consists of finding the correct Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth device. Then entering a password and then connecting to it. Normally straightforward, and easy. However, this can come with its share of problems and frustration. Your phone can randomly forget a network. It can lose connection for some unknown reason. Even worse, you forget the password to login. Maybe, you get a new phone and have to reconnect to all your devices.
Do you need log-in credentials to log into a cell phone signal booster? How do you get your phone to connect? For the cell phone signal booster, there's no passwords. There's no pairing of devices. No need to log in once you have installed it. It just works. There's no need to do anything else.
It works with an existing signal. It takes a weak signal and boosts it to, and from the cell tower. This creates a strong area of signal in your home or your vehicle. There's no need to log in. It will just work for anyone within its boosted signal range. The only downside here is that your downstairs neighbor may benefit from boosted signal because it helps improve reception indoors for all cellular service carriers. It brings in all mobile service provider signals indoors from outside the neighborhood. In USA these may include T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, AT&T Wireless, and Sprint. In Canada, these may include Roger Wireless, Telus Mobility, Bell Canada, Freedom Mobile, etc.
So hopefully, this has cleared up any questions you may have had about logging into a signal booster. If you need more explanation, see the actual video for more information to help answer your questions. https://youtu.be/e_nfVB0TC5I