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Is Your Signal Strong Enough?

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Martina Mercer
March18/ 2014

There’s no denying that a many mobile phone packages are attractive as they offer many free minutes, free texts and even free roaming, making the landline seem obsolete.

However, what’s the point in 600 free minutes if you don’t trust your signal?

You’re Not Alone

Unless you live in the hub of a large city, you’re unlikely to trust your mobile phone, even with technological advancements; many of us despair on a daily basis as we pace trying to pick up a signal- even in our own home!

The strength of a signal isn’t specific to any particular provider either, as swapping contracts doesn’t solve the problem. This is why there is a mobile phone signal booster for Vodafone, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Three and EE as all providers have trouble giving the signal customers deserve.

The Facts

As we watch people on the TV talk without pressure on their mobile phones many of us wonder if the problem is actually unique to us, if we somehow live in a black spot and everyone else enjoys perfect coverage all of the time.

In fact a staggering 69% of people say they have taken steps to improve their mobile phone signal at home!

Jump Around

If you’ve ever watched someone trying to boost their own mobile phone signal you’ll have probably giggled as they’ve waved their phone around, moved it across the room as if trying to detect ghosts on Ghostbuster and even climbed onto sofas and chairs just looking for that extra bar. With 23% of people giving up and using a landline instead is there really any point in those free minutes?

Staying Connected

As the mobile and smartphone industry saw growth of 90% (the largest in history) last year, businesses are investing heavily in the technology for their employees. Suddenly the lack of a signal doesn’t simply mean a friend or family member is cut off, it can lose businesses millions of pounds.

Statistics reveal that currently 80% of companies in the UK rely on mobile phones! This corporate pickup is set to rise as leaders notice an increase in productivity, customer loyalty and network possibilities.

Look at the Map

Despite this rise a recent map released by Ofcom shows that less than 20% of Britain has 3G signal coverage*. This means that millions of mobile phone users are currently carrying phones that are only doing their job when connected to a Wi-Fi signal, and then voice calls will still break up.

As 4G is launched, the statistics are even more dire as the country isn’t prepared for the advancements, leaving many struggling to claim those free credits and leaving businesses out in the cold.

Fixing the Problem

With this in mind many mobile phone users forget that they are paying for contracts they rarely use, few get the full deal out of their add ons, and many use their mobile phone for internet surfing over Wi-Fi alone.

You don’t have to be powerless though as the mobile phone signal booster for Vodafone, O2, Orange, T-Mobile, Three and EE from us will ensure you make the most of your mobile every day. Once installed in your home or office you can start enjoying your phone the way you’re supposed to with clarity of calls, no dropped signal and no frustration at all.

You’ll never again have to reach out of a window, shout the words, “can you hear me now?” or stand very still as you capture that extra bar. Within one month, you’ll see you not only feel less stressed using the mobile phone signal booster; you’ll save an incredible amount of money on your calls too! Businesses can even complete those conversions with confidence!

*See the government’s map here http://maps.ofcom.org.uk/mobile-services/

Martina Mercer

Martina Mercer is an award winning copywriter and digital marketer. She specialises in psychology delivering marketing that identifies consumer profiles and connects customers with brands. As an expert in proximity marketing, Martina is one of the only experienced beacon marketers in the UK highlighting her commitment to developing her skills in an ever changing consumer focused world.