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11/10/19
How do I fix bad signal in home? 1 Recommended Answer 7 Replies 231 Upvotes
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Don't know how to fix signal on my phone. It goes in and out. Just moved and people can't here me. I have to go outside 😭
Someone please help me!
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11/11/19
Can't put boost code number in
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11/11/19
I don't no how to put in my code from boost help me please
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11/15/19
Hi Patricia,

Try having a word with your carrier. Some of them can offer WiFi Calling services, which uses your home WiFi as signal in place of the cell network, or Cell Booster Boxes, which plug into your home router, and turn into a 'mini cellphone mast' for just you.

If your carrier can't help, it might be worth seeing if another carrier can service your area better, if you're in a position to be able to switch.

Failing that, have a look at Google Voice if it's available in your area, which can link up with your existing cell number, and then work over WiFi for calls and texts.

Hope this helps.

Bill
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11/24/19
My phone signal is very bad plz help me
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11/24/19
Plz help me no connected the signle
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11/26/19
Hi there! I agree with the Bill's answer. Try talk with your career, since they're serving the area, they'll have the best answer in your case. One of the  reasons might be the big walls that block the signal. In that case they can provide a box that strengthens the signal. Otherwise if you're capable of switching the careers, go ahead and do that, but before that, make sure that you ask around which careers work best in your area. If outside of your home everything works OK, then test with some other careers as well, if they report the same issues as you're having, then it seems like you'll need a box to make the signal stronger most probably because of walls.
HTH.
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