The Power Max Signal Booster works on a 900 MHz frequency band. It is the best and most advanced solution to amplify your weak Voice, and 3G signal of Vodafone and Yes Optus. This booster can cover areas up to 5000 square meters. This mobile signal booster is ideal for hotels, hostels, malls, restaurants, airports, schools, colleges, etc. It comes with the complete kit that has everything you need to boost your Vodafone and Yes Optus Voice, and 3G signal strength. It supports 250 users simultaneously. This booster doesn’t boost Voice or 3G signals for Telstr network. Choose from our Telstr Signal Boosters to boost your Telstr mobile signals.
How Does Power Max Signal Booster work?
With the external aerial antenna, the phone signal booster takes the existing weak signal from the nearest cell tower. Then, it sends that signal to the amplifier and the amplifier boosts the signal to make it a full-strength signal. Then, it sends the full-strength signal to the internal antenna. The internal antenna then pushes out a full-strength signal inside the property where it is installed. The installation process is very easy and simple.
Follow step by step the installation guide for correct installation. Usually, it just takes a few minutes to set it up.
The Picture shows the upgraded YAGGI antenna. This antenna is not included unless you pay to upgrade it. If you have 1 or 2 bar signal then you may need to buy a Yaggi Antenna. It ensures that you get the best available signal for boosting and get the full-strength signal in your home and office. The Yaggi antenna guarantees the unit to work to its full potential.
Remember you can add up to 8 Internal Omni antennas to this booster. Delivery times for these phone signal boosters may vary as they are made to order. Contact us if you want to know more about the shipping times.
If you are uncertain about what Mobile phone signal booster you need, do not hesitate in contacting us. Our expert team will help you in every possible way to choose the best signal booster for your need.
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