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There are signal boosters available in market... Though I don't have any experience with them
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The best things in life dont come cheap. Second option: change your house.
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Two floors and a basement. I'm on the ground floor.
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Sibt Ul Hasnain Ashmal can you please guide Ayesha Tariq, she is family
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Signal boosters can be had from AliExpress although they aren't strictly legal and you'd probably require a PTA NOC for that too. I'll check and see if it can be managed otherwise an easier way is to see which network has the best reception in the area and to Port your sim to that network. It also has some drawbacks such as not being able to get bank SMS etc but I think the compromise is worth it if the situation is dire.
DO NOT GO FOR SIM PORTING I DID IT AND ULTIMATELY HAD TO TRANSFER BACK.
Yes as I said it has its drawbacks.
Don't go for network port... Probably U will not be able to receive two factor authentication sms from most of the servers like Box, Dropbox, Google, Fb. I wasn't able access my data on Box because of similar issue. I had to wait for 60 days to port in back.
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Suffering from the same situation although i live on top floor
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Get a signal modifier
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Place an ad in the property classified; Bad mobile signals; great for family focused buyers :-D
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If you are living in an urban areas there are very little chances that none of the network providers have coverage there. Unless you are living close to any sort of military installation or office.if therr is a jail near your house or a prominent mosque there are also chances of having jammers in the area. Jail jammers run throughout the day but in some mosques they are only turned on at prayers timings. Ground floors are generally fine . Basements have issues in general terms. Try to use different phones and different operators to see if the issue is resolved. If issue is there for all operators and all times then signal boosters etc might not help. These are my two cents.
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I have the same problem. Despite multiple complaints no solution found till now.
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Signal boosters don’t work either. Installed one at work a few months back, didn’t work properly even once.
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Sibt Ul Hasnain Ashmal Bro, Where can I get the signal repeater/ booster from Karachi. Any idea? Need two of them..
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No idea.
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Pay to the cellular company, we did the same and they have installed their own Frequency Amps
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Warid
20,000Rs total
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most of our family is on ufone. Changing the network doesn't feel like a solution. :/ plus these issues are with all the networks
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