Mobile Boosters


Mobile Boosters


Cellnet is listed on the Comreg website as a certified and legal installer of Mobile Cellular Repeaters.

Cellnet is a leading installer of mobile cellular repeaters

Everyone has had problems with mobile signal coverage at one time or another—perhaps on holidays, in rural areas, or even in the car while commuting to work.

Cellnet has a fantastic solution: a mobile booster  (also known as an amplifier or repeater) that amplifies the signal to your mobile or broadband device, ensuring no more long waits for your phone to sync with your mobile provider. No more frustrating call drops that affect how you run your business—those days are gone!

With our advanced technologies, your mobile signal coverage can be of such high quality that you can provide top-level customer service, chat comfortably with friends and relatives, or—most critically—be assured of a timely connection to emergency services.

What is a Mobile Booster?

A mobile booster (or cellular repeater) is an electronic device that can be used to improve indoor coverage of mobile phone services—calls, texts and data. These type of devices are ideal for people with inadequate or poor indoor reception.

Poor indoor signal is caused by many factors, including the type of insulation used, or the type of construction in both older dwellings and new builds.

A small, discreet antenna may be mounted on a roof, with a wired link to the mobile booster within the home or business premises that then redistributes the amplified signal.


Introducing Hi-Boost

Cellnet works with Hi-Boost, one of the leading manufacturers of high quality Mobile Boosters for Single, Dual, Tri and Quad Band use.

These devices are a smart and simple solution to poor mobile signal coverage, designed for anyone who currently suffers from signal hardships at home or work. End call dropout or slow data speeds—a simple box inside your home or office gives you smooth and effective coverage throughout!


What are all these 'bands'?

In brief, they are the frequencies on which your mobile reception is supplied.

Here is what each band provides:

• GSM (2G and 3G) for calls, texts, and data (on some 3G carriers) on a single frequency.

• 3G and GSM for calls, texts and data on two separate frequencies.

• 4G, 3G and GSM for calls, texts and 3G/4G LTE data on the 900, 1800 and 2100Mhz frequencies.

• 4G LTE, 3G and GSM for calls, texts and 3G/4G LTE data on the 800, 900, 1800, and 2100Mhz frequencies.

Why does this matter?

Each network provider may use different frequencies on each tower, choosing what they consider best to cope with the particular demands of the location, such as population density or terrain.

Cellnet uses specialised software and hardware to determine the best reception solution available to you. Some nearby towers may only offer GSM services, whereas a more distant one might offer better services or signal quality.

What services are available to me?

To assess your location, book a Site Examination today. A qualified engineer will visit your premises and, using our height equipment, shall confirm available signals from the level of your roof line to determine what signals and options are available to you.

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