No EE Signal – you can improve it!

No EE Signal – you can improve it!

If you have no EE signal at home or in the office, we are here to offer you some recommendations that may definitely help you to improve the situation. So, the majority of all mobile subscribers immediately begin panicking when they realize that their phones can’t catch a signal of proper quality. But in any case, just believe us, it’s not the best solution. Moreover, it won’t help you to improve your EE poor signal.

Let’s start from the very beginning. The first thing that you need to do, if you see that you have problems with your connection is just to switch your mobile device off and then switch it on. Yes, that’s the easiest method to improve the situation, but quite often, it really works. If not, let’s proceed to the next step.

Now you need to check out whether everything is okay with your network. It can be done with the help of the online EE network status checker. There you should enter your postcode and the system will show you whether there are any registered issues in your region that your carrier is already aware of. If there are really some problems and your operator is already on solving them, you can just relax and wait for the updates. By the way, via this system, you can also inform EE about the cases when there is no EE service at your place. However, if the service provider can’t do anything about it, and according to its official data, the coverage is stable, you still shouldn’t give up.

Moreover, there is one more idea that we’re going to share with you. Why not to buy an EE signal booster? Buying it, you will leave all your dropped calls and unsent messages in the past.

What does this repeater or extender represent itself?


It is a special device that consists of a couple of vital elements. First of all, it has a booster box. Secondly, it has two antennas.

One antenna is designed to be placed outdoors. Its task is to receive the signal (even if it is too weak, this antenna will manage to receive it).

Then this signal is sent to a booster box that should amplify it before the second antenna (it should be fixed within the building) will send it to your mobile devices.

The working principle of such amplifiers is always the same. However, they have some differences. First of all, they are intended to work with different types of signals. With a mobile phone signal booster EE calls and internet services can be improved, but the question is whether your device will be able to extend all types of signal (GSM, 3G, 4G and 5G) simultaneously or it will be able to work with only 1 or 2 different signals. Moreover, do not forget that there are also broadband repeaters for increasing the quality of your WiFi connection.

By the way, these amplifiers may have different coverage. So, do not forget to bear in your mind the sizes of your house when you will be choosing a booster. E.g., our LCD250-GSM+4G PRO belongs to the booster line capable to enhance not only 4G but also GSM. Its coverage isn’t that huge but the system is powerful enough to pull in a weak signal inside a midsized private house and subsequently to amplify it.

Today there is a wide range of various booster, so, if you have such a problem as no EE signal, do not worry, just choose an appropriate amplifier, and your connection will be stabilized.

Emma McCarron
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