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Tips for Improved Mobile Reception in Your Home Office

Published on 25 July 17
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These days, it could be difficult to get by for long without access to good cellular signal. While it may not be necessary for better quality of life, much of the work we used to do on paper, store in file cabinets and, communicate and deliver via snail mail can be done on a mobile device.

To catch up with the on-the-go lifestyle, good mobile signal is necessary. When reception is down, here are a few simple ways to get it back up.

1.) Reduce the interference between your device and the cell tower.

Try moving to a higher location such as an upper floor or raise your phone higher in the air. Signal from your carrier’s cell tower needs to successfully meet your device for proper transmission. Buildings, trees and other factors could block the signal, resulting in a dead area. While these might be greatly inconvenient, they could also be a little more drastic, depending on how hard it would be for signal to reach your area. Moving closer to a window might be effective enough. If you want increased chances of good signal, live in the area nearest to a cell tower.