When we’re out and about, a solid phone signal is so important! We all need to be connected to our family, friends and loved ones and even our jobs, but depending on where we are, that signal can fall flat, causing distorted or even dropped calls or even no signal at all.
There are so many reasons that would cause a phone’s signal to drop or disappear, like the coverage of your carrier, how far away you are from the nearest tower, the objects around you (trees, buildings, building materials) or even simply the technology within your phone that is making it hard to connect.
Signal boosters are not just for homes or offices- but they are also available for vehicles, including boats and RVs! That way, you really can stay connected no matter where you are.
Stay Connected Anywhere:
If we are without our loved ones, it’s only natural to want to keep in contact with them, especially if you’re far from home. A dropped call or choppy signal could really ruin those precious moments you get to spend on the phone or video-calling someone you miss.
Also, if you’re working while on the road, you’d need to be in touch with your job at any given moment. A coworker could need you for help or you could need to reach out to someone, only to find that you have no service.
A signal booster would make sure you are connected to the ones that you need to be and improve your signal quality. Whether you’re working out of a RV or trying to call your family from the middle of the desert, you should be able to connect with no problems.
Ensures Personal Safety:
When you’re on the road, there is always a risk of an accident or other emergency in which case you’d need to use your phone to call for help. If you have no service, this can make an already bad situation much worse.
A signal booster is great for those who travel often, in case an occasion arises in which you’d need to contact 9-1-1, you’d be able to make that call instead of trying to find a signal or try to flag down someone driving by.
Alternatively, it can also help you be connected to your at-home security devices, to let you know when something is happening at home while you’re away and to also help people get in contact with you in case of an emergency.
Saves Battery Life:
If you don’t have the ability to charge your phone while you’re out, you’ll want to keep your battery life percentage as high as you can so you don’t end up with a dead phone by the end of the day or when you need it to do something later on.
Sometimes, if your phone is trying it’s best to find a signal but just isn’t connecting, it’ll end up putting a strain on the battery, causing its charge at a faster rate. Keeping a strong signal wherever you go will help keep your battery charged longer!
Also, sometimes if your phone is working overtime to try to connect to a signal, it’ll cause the phone to overheat. If this happens quite often, it’ll end up hurting the battery. With a signal booster, it’ll help you keep that battery life in top shape.
Think about all of the things you use your phone for when you’re out of the house- it can be as important as uploading that last minute document to your boss , accessing that boarding pass you need for your flight or just simply find a restaurant that’s nearby.
If you are in an area without a strong signal, a signal booster would make sure that your important phone-related tasks go off without a hitch and will help those web pages load faster too. Whether you’re running errands or out on a road trip with the family, you’ll want to still get signal in case you need to look up your hotel reservations, use your GPS or find the nearest gas station.
Signal boosters come in all sizes for cars, SUVs and trucks as well as RVs, campers, boats and fleet vehicles, as well as various sizes for each so you have the freedom to pick which works best.
They also work with 4G LTE and 3G and almost all carriers, so there are lots of options available and will work with whatever you have.
That’s another great thing about signal boosters, they’re completely customizable, so you don’t have to worry about paying an arm and a leg for a bunch of coverage you don’t need if you only need it for a small space.