Posted by Admin on Sep 10, 2016
T-Mobile is the fastest-growing of the four major carriers in United States, besides having the third-largest network. However, it is just a fact that there’re still many T-Mobile users who struggle to get a reliable cell signal reception, whether in the workplace, home, or in the car.
Of course, when this happens, it is only natural that most T-Mobile users would blame the company for it. But is it really fair to blame T-Mobile for your poor signal reception, or even, a non-existent reception? It is easy to assign blame, but the answer is not so simple.
Why You’re Experiencing Poor Signal Reception.
In many cases, poor cell signal reception is not the carrier’s fault. The real culprit can be something that is standing between you and the T-Mobile tower - something that is blocking the cell signal and causing poor reception. Or it can be the way you’re holding the cell phone. Sometimes moving the phone from one hand to another will clear the block over internal antenna to get a clean signal.
Let us take a quick look at more reasons why you’re not getting a reliable cell signal. You’re probably aware that both data and voice signals from a cell tower travel via radio waves, and these waves can cover long distances. However, the same waves can very easily be blocked or disrupted. You know this because when you’re travelling down a highway listening to FM radio and you pass under a bridge or overpass, you will notice an immediate interruption of your FM signal. Therefore, this interruption is not T-Mobile’s fault: The interruption has been caused by something blocking your T-Mobile cell signal.
Read The Best Solution for Poor T-Mobile Cell Phone Reception Below This Map:
Installing a T-Mobile Signal Booster.
T-Mobile Cell Signal Booster is the answer to your cell connection problems. So, how does a signal booster work?
It is important to note that cell signal boosters installed in different types of vehicles are also very successful.
Without a T-Mobile cell signal booster, the radio frequency signal may be blocked by construction materials, preventing cell signal from reaching the interior of the building. Unfortunately, there are many objects capable of blocking the cell signal from reaching your mobile devices, and these include man-made structures such as buildings, or hills, trees and thick foliage, and even severe weather conditions.
Also important is your distance from the closest T-Mobile tower. The further you are from the tower, the less reliable your cell signal will be. So, once a weakened cell signal reaches your location, unless you’re standing outside, this weakened signal is now required to make its way through more obstructions, such as the concrete, brick, metal, and glass of your workplace or your home, or the metal and glass of your vehicle, just to be able to reach your mobile device. So what you get is lost or dropped phone calls, slow downloads, unclear audio, and dead zones.
T-Mobile Signal Boosters from weBoost.
Your cell phone functions a lot like a two-way radio, except that it has a much more sophisticated interface. T-Mobile signal booster from weBoost uses patented technology to collect, amplify, then re-transmit cell phone signals within your office space, your home, or inside your vehicle.
The weBoost T-Mobile cell signal booster has an antenna for collecting faint signals; signals much weaker than your cell phone can detect. These signals are then amplified and redistributed inside your work space, your home, or your vehicle, enabling your cell phone to use these boosted signals. And this process is repeated in reverse: Amplified signals are sent back via the T-Mobile Signal Booster to the T-Mobile tower.
All weBoost Cell Signal Boosters Are FCC Certified.
All weBoost T-Mobile cell signal boosters are certified by the FCC and approved for use by T-Mobile (as long as they are registered with them after purchase). They work for both data and voice for 3G and 4G LTE, with an advantage that they work for all cellular devices, including for those on Verizon, Sprint, AT&T, Straight Talk, and other carriers.
It is this compatibility with all major carriers in the USA and Canada that gives weBoost signal boosters an edge over other competing products in this category, which are designed only to boost coverage for T-Mobile’s network, and do not work with other carriers. Also, many of the competing products use your Wi-Fi bandwidth to boost the signal, which is certainly not what you want.
Our Recommendations for T-Mobile Signal Boosters.
For the Office, Home, and Other Indoor Areas:
GOOD: Eqo Booster.
weBoost’s eqo booster provides improved cell signal coverage between 1000 and 1500 ft.². It is our newest indoor booster for 4G signal.
BETTER: Connect 4G-X.
weBoost’s Connect 4-GX provides reliable signal coverage up to 7500 ft.², it’s our most powerful consumer building booster for 4G signal.
BEST: Wilson Pro 70.
WilsonPro 70 boosters are commercial grade and can boost reception to up to 25,000 sq. ft. with a good signal outside. Wilson Pro70 belongs in our business building booster category for voice, 3G, and 4G LTE signal boost.
For Trucks, Cars, and Other Vehicles:
GOOD: Cradle Booster (Drive 4-GS).
weBoost’s 4G Cradle Booster provides improved cell signal coverage for a single device in any type of vehicle. It works great for cars, vans, boats, and trucks. The phone must be docked in the cradle to receive the boost.
BETTER: Wireless Booster Drive 4G-M.
weBoost’s Drive 4-GM is our most popular 4G cell signal booster for vehicles.
BEST: Wireless Booster Drive 4G-X.
weBoost’s Drive 4-GX is our most powerful 4G cell signal booster for vehicles. It boosts reception 60% farther than other boosters.
Some of the great advantages of a weBoost T-Mobile Signal Booster include –