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Moved to the country and have no signal in my house help!

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angie L

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Hi everyone! I am just new to this but having a rural, deer ridden, cayote yipping disaster at my new house in the country. I mean its done but the only way I can get a signal is if I stand on the left side of the front porch. That is not going to work when the littles goto school. I need a solid connection. I was looking at the cell boosters/ repeaters but its confusing. Some look cheap as [bleep]. Others are like $1000. then you have to make sure you have the right 3G 4G 2G...wha...?can't I just have all covered? that's probably the $1000 one heh. any advice?


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If you have internet at your location you can usually get a mini tower from your cell phone provider.  We had one from Sprint and it worked nicely.

https://www.sprint.c...andings/airave/

 

 I know AT&T also provides them.


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