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3 ways to amplify Orange mobile signal in my home.

If you are having problems with Orange mobile signal in your home or office, there are 3 main ways to solve this issue.


1)  Install a mobile signal repeater. This is the simplest way. Not only will a wide-band repeater amplify your Orange signal but it will also amplify all the other operators as well. This means if your family use different mobile operators, they will benefit also. If you install the repeater in your office where there are several people on different operators, they will all benefit from the enhanced signal.

On top of that, GSM, 3G, 4G and 5G will be amplified at the same time. So, it doesn’t matter which type of phone you have, a repeater will provide you with all voice and data services.

Finally, if you need signal coverage for a large area, that’s no problem. Repeaters can be scaled up for any sized building.


2)Orange FemtoCell. This is a cost effective solution for those who want to amplify only Orange. You need a pre-existing broadband connection in your house for this system to work, and there is a limit to the number of users that can use the device at the same time. However, for many people this will be a satisfactory solution.


3) WiFi Calling: This is the cheapest solution for the home. However, only certain “enabled phones” will work with this method, and only certain operators offer this solution to customers. You will need a reasonable fast broadband line also, as your calls will be routed out over your WiFi. This solution is suitable for individual users who satisfy the aforementioned criteria.

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