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Topic # 132272 15-Oct-2013 14:19 Send private message

cel-fi advertises the first legal mobile signal booster for 2-degrees.

how good is it?
Has anyone used it for Vodafone or Telecom?

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  Reply # 915449 15-Oct-2013 14:23 Send private message

eme:
Has anyone used it for Vodafone or Telecom?  


No,  because it doesn't work on Vodafone or Telecom and is unlikely to ever do so.



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  Reply # 915451 15-Oct-2013 14:25 Send private message

It doesn't look like it's available for Vodafone at this stage; it says "register your future interest". I haven't tried one myself; I get marginal coverage at home (behind a hill) but it's not bad enough that I'd spend more than $1000 on it!

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  Reply # 915456 15-Oct-2013 14:32 Send private message

frustration levels in the household with terrible mobile reception might be enough to fork out $500 and all change to 2 degrees!!

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  Reply # 915459 15-Oct-2013 14:43 Send private message





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  Reply # 915465 15-Oct-2013 14:48 Send private message

As pointed out, please search before posting new topics.

Followup in the existing one, locking this now.




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