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wein
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I recently changed my wireless service from AT&T to Verizon.  The reason I changed is I have a second home in the North Georgia Mountains and could not get a good signal with AT&T.  I looked at Verizon's area coverage and according to the map there should be strong coverage at my address but I have no signal at all.  Is there anything I can do to get a signal without dropping Verizon.

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Snn5
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You can buy a booster.  You are in the mountains you say?  Weak signal is to be expected:  sparse population, trees, Stone Mountain, terrain, etc....

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Snn5
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You can buy a booster.  You are in the mountains you say?  Weak signal is to be expected:  sparse population, trees, Stone Mountain, terrain, etc....

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wein
Member

What kind or make of booster.  Thanks

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Snn5
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Check Wilson boosters and amplifiers for a 3/4G booster.  Could be worth your money.

weBoost Connect 3G Directional Cell Phone Signal Booster | 472205

weBoost Connect 4G Directional Cell Phone Signal Booster | 470103

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wein
Member

Thanks

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Snn5
Sr. Leader

Samsung Network Extender (SCS-2U01)- Verizon Wireless

Verizon might suggest this, but you must have a cable/DSL connection and service to use it, it's only 3G, and cost $250.  I'd pass on that suggestion.

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wein
Member

Thanks Again, I will check it out.