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Registered: ‎07-31-2016

Cell signal booster for AT&T and Straight Talk Samsung phones

I am currently with AT&T until November when I will change to Straight Talk. I have a Samsung Galaxy s6 Active.  My daughter has Straight Talk and she is using a Samsung Grand Prime.  The area we live in has some signal outside our home but not inside.  I am looking for a cell signal booster that really works.  Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Cell signal booster for AT&T and Straight Talk Samsung phones

Lots of variables for signal.  However, before you switch and or look into a signal booster I would find a friend who has Verizon and ask them to come over and see what their signal reception is.

 

I know ATT is making great strides to have as good a coverage as Verizon but it does not hurt to try.

 

We still have a few areas in the areas of our state that we travel in and find we have excellent coverage with Verizon. Yet people who are with us with ATT or a different carrier not so much.

 

just a thought.

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Re: Cell signal booster for AT&T and Straight Talk Samsung phones

Thanks for the advice but Verizon is worse in this area than AT&T.  I appreciate your suggestion.

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Re: Cell signal booster for AT&T and Straight Talk Samsung phones

Hey jfisher1967

 

Being as I live in a large city I really never have to worry about cell phone signal strength, which means I have no experience with these types of products. My best suggestion is to check out the signal boosters we sell on BestBuy.com, and read the reviews.

 

Thanks,

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