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5 Main Causes of Poor Cell Phone Signals

5 Main Causes of Poor Cell Phone Signals

Another dropped call. Another stuck text message. Another loading screen.

Doesn't matter if it's 3G or 4G, you're looking at your phone wondering what's the point of paying your monthly cell phone bills when you're not getting anything.

No bars. No service. Another inconvenience to the flow of your daily life.

Nearly 75% of Americans occasionally drop calls and suffer from slow download speeds, so it's a common problem around the States. So what's causing all these problems?

Below is a handy infographic SignalBoosters.com created to show you the top 5 causes of poor cell phone signal and bad reception.



But is there a solution?

While there are some best practices to get better reception, you realistically have two options:

1. Wait for Santa Sprint, Tooth Fairy T-Mobile, Easter Bunny Verizon, and Cupid AT&T to cure all your bad reception problems.


Or


2. YOU take control of the situation and TAKE BACK the signal you're already paying for.


If you're banking on option 1, we salute you. If you're leaning on option 2, then it's called a cell phone signal booster.

FCC approved and certified. These are legal devices that boost your weak cell phone signal. Works on all phones and approved by all carriers (AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, etc.).

Signal boosters usually come in to two types: for home and for cars.

Learn more about cell phone boosters with our helpful Support Center. Or if you have any questions or comments, email us at sales@signalboosters.com to get free consultation and advice

Also read REAL customer reviews about our service and our products.

At Signal Boosters, we provide 3G & 4G cell phone signal boosters for all homes, buildings, offices, cars, RVs, and boats. If you have any issues with cell signal, we have an answer. Strong signals are out there and you're not getting it!

SignalBoosters
19th Aug 2015

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