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Hi Jjj, I have the same problem - luck if I get a 1 bar signal. It's a massive shame as the BT Mobile offer is superb. Seeing as BT Mobile piggy-backs of the EE network, would one of the EE signal boosters work? I'm not sure, so anyone got any ideas?
this was raised before https://community.bt.com/t5/BT-Mobile/EE-signal-box/td-p/1493712
I need to have some sort of boost at home for my mobile signal which is poor.
Unfortunately, I have no phone line at home, so no broadband or internet hub. I have to run my computer internet thro' my mobile hotspot so I need a decent mobile signal.
Can anyone help?
I think BT are implying that I must upgrade to "Business" to get a boost!
"boosters" or femtocells https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Femtocell rely on a broadband connection for the backhaul connection, so would be no use in your case.
I cannot see how a business account would make any difference.
BT do not supply femtocells at the moment anyway.
You may find a mobile broadband service only service from anothe provider may help. I have a Three Mobile MiFi unit (PAYG) which I use on holiday, as they seem to have good mobile BB coverage. Check the coverage maps for your area.
It can however be expensive for mobile broadband, so its usually cheaper to get a phone line and broadband installed.
Wifi calling is coming soon.
Won't help you with an iPhone 4, however, too old to be supported.