Poor Cell Phone Reception In Your House? Here’s The Solution To Your Problems!!!

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I was going to post this a couple of weeks ago, but I wanted to test it out before writing about it.

Amazon now carries “Wireless Extenders Cell Phone Signal Booster”
The way it works is that you set up the antenna wherever you have the best signal, most likely outside an upstairs window or in your attic.
There is a wire that connects the antenna to the base system.
The base system is placed where you have the weakest cell phone signal and it repeats the good cell phone signal for 2,500 sq. ft.

I set this up in my house, and where I used to have 1-2 bars downstairs I now get 4-5 bars. Additionally I used to not have a signal in my basement, but now I do!

Is it worth $230? Try it out for yourself, if it doesn’t work out for you, you won’t be out a single penny!

There are 3 versions of this product.
-An 800MHz booster for Cingular/ATT, Verizon, and Alltel. This one retails for $299, and is on sale from Amazon for just $230 shipped.
-A 1900MHz booster for Sprint and T-Mobile. This one also retails for $299, and is on sale from Amazon for just $230 shipped.
-A 800MHz/1900MHz booster that works for all companies. This one retails for $399, but is currently not available from Amazon.

800MHz booster for Cingular/ATT, Verizon, and Alltel.

1900MHz booster for Sprint and T-Mobile.

Please Note:
-It is critical to follow the directions carefully for you to get the optimal signal boost!
-If you don’t have a cell phone signal anywhere in or around your house then this will not solve your problem!

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Anonymous

is alitalia honoring those israel tickets from last week?

Anonymous

I have 2 credit cards with a fairly high balance on both. I had money issues before but i have a new job and slowly taking care of the debt on those two. I want to get the starwood card and the jetblue card will having the high debt on the other 2 prevent me from getting accepted?

Anonymous

If you opaid the minimum on your cards each month then you shouldnt have a problem….

Anonymous

minimum payment=debt forever.

Anonymous

whats the best way to build up credit to get my first credit card? if anyone could help,it would be greatly appreciated

Anonymous

does anybody know how to sell my my aa and delta miles

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Anonymous

Dan – regarding getting signals.
Here’s what worked for me, I set my phone to “roaming only” so even though there is no sprint coverage in my actual house, I’ve got fair signals (probably att’s)

Asher O

I got fed up with trying to sell my Delta miles (there is barely any availability for SkySaver award tickets) to a traveler.

I’m selling them to a broker for 1.25 cents each.

I have over 200,000 Delta miles.

Anonymous

Asher O, whos the broker?

Dan, about the second post, remind your fans, credit card is not about debt. its too dangerous to take that path!

Asher O

Anon @ 9:56 AM:

Please post contact info, I’ll contact you about selling your miles.

Thanks,

AsherO

Asher O

Better Yet, email me at youdontneed2knowmyemailaddress@gmail.com

(gmail has been around for over three years and I’m the first to try this?? hmmm…)

Mordy

To Anonymous regarding “roaming only”:
1)Sprint can NOT roam on ATT! It is a different technology (GSM) that uses different protocols on even slightly different bands. This is a very loose example, but its like trying to shove a DVD into a VHS player- They both play movies, but one does not have the physical ability to play the other.
Sprint (which uses CDMA technology) has roaming agreements with some other national CDMA carriers such as VERIZON. Here in NY, I’d say close to 100% of roaming signals on Sprint are using VZ (since they are really the only other CDMA carrier around here).

2)SETTING YOUR PHONE TO ROAMING ONLY IS A BAD IDEA!
http://consumerist.com/…292
Sprint started giving people the boot who use more than 50% roaming for over 2 months. Its just not worth it for them to keep you since they have to pay for roaming on another service.

Also, when roaming, mobile to mobile does not count, so if you have that feature on your account, roaming calls will come off of your minutes.

3)T-MOBILE HAS A NEW FEATURE TO USE VOIP WHENEVER YOU DON’T HAVE RECEPTION!
An easier / less expensive solution to native coverage problems is plug in a cheap wireless router, and any of the new wave of T-mobile devices will automatically switch over to VoIP when your cellular signal is unavailable.
This is great because many indoor offices/basements already have Wireless internet, plus you don’t need to have reception outside at all (you could even be in another country and do this!).
The service is called T-mo@home. Only catch is that, well, you need to switch to T-mobile and I know how much of a fan of Sprint our man Dan is, so I doubt he’d endorse this option!
I actually have both T-mo and sprint at the moment…

Lauren

thank you. thank you. thank you.

My Mom was convinced that these things would be over $1,000. But you saved me! I plan on getting the iPhone, but where I live, ATT reception basically blows. This should do the trick.

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