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How can I get a stronger signal at home?

We've relied on our landline at home for years, but now it's become more important to be able to use our cell phones for calls from home, too.  The phones work fine for email and internet searches, but not phone calls.  We live in a heavily populated SoCal area, so it seems like the signal should be fine.  Any suggestions for what we can do to stop getting dropped calls or calling people who can't hear us?

Re: How can I get a stronger signal at home?
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We want to make sure that you stay connected while you're inside your home. Have you always had issues with service at that location? Do you have access to Wi-Fi at your home? Do you use Wi-Fi Calling when you have this issue? Wi-Fi Calling lets you make and receive voice and video calls over a Wi-Fi connection instead of using your cellular connection when signal is challenging indoors. Here's more information regarding Wi-Fi Calling: