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Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

We moved and only get 0-1 bar inside home, outside 1-2 bars. Tower location known. Our signal is around -111db. We have an iPhone6, I am unsure what frequency range we will need on booster. What is a good budget repeater or booster?

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

Hello, Cricket does not provide signal boosters but you can try a third party gsm booster to attempt to improve signal. Please keep in mind that we cannot guarantee that these will work. You can register a signal booster here:  https://securec45.securewebsession.com/attsignalbooster.com/

 

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

Cricket does not support boosters. OK, but what about being compatible with other 3rd party cell phone boosters that work on AT&T networks? Like these:

https://www.wilsonamplifiers.com/blog/cricket-wireless-cell-phone-signal-booster/#top6

 

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

Cricket does not support boosters. OK, but what about being compatible with other 3rd party cell phone boosters that work on AT&T networks? Like these:

https://www.wilsonamplifiers.com/blog/cricket-wireless-cell-phone-signal-booster/#top6

 

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

FYI I have an AT&T signal booster for my AT&T company phone.  Note that it will not allow me to add my cricket phone to the booster because it is not a "true" AT&T account.  This information provided to me by AT&T directly. 

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

You should have no problem getting a signal booster that works on all carriers. Where you want to look close is to make sure it's backwards (or forwards compatible). For example, you may get a 4G booster and it's possible it can boost 3G phones as well (which is good if you have older phones in your residence). If you're planning on getting a 5G phone in the future but not just yet, consider a 5G booster that's backwards compatible (for 4G). If you live in a weak signal area, a 5G phone is still going to have signal issues. If you want more info on signal boosters and signal booster issues, check out www.signalbooster.com I go there for info on boosters but also for articles about free ways to boost signals, check signals, and general phone connectivity issues.

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

Did you end up finding a booster? I am having the same problems....

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Re: Moved to weak signal area, need budget signal repeater or booster advice.

Did you end up finding a booster? I am having the same problems....thanks

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