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Poor Phone Signals? Follow these 4 tips to improve it

This is a guest post by Adeniyi Ogunfowoke, a Travel/Technology writer
Experiencing network failure in the middle of a very important call can be very infuriating. You may overlook this if it happens for the first time. However, if the poor reception and dropped calls continue, then your phone signal may probably be the problem. As usual, Jovago, Africa’s No 1
Hotel Booking Portal offer tips on how you can improve or boost a weak phone signal.

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Avoid Obstructions

If you want to get a very excellent phone signal, you have to avoid obstructions like skyscrapers, Hills, mountains and trees. They actually contribute to poor signal reception. If you are located in a mountainous area, you can climb the top of the mountain. You can also trim trees.  Just look for a way to avoid these barriers.


Keep your phone away from other devices

Having gadgets around you can actually jam your signal thereby affecting your phone signal. Just 

step away from your laptop, and iPhone as well as switch-off Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and hot spot among 

others. You will definitely notice an appreciable improvement in the signal.

Signal Boosters

Signal boosters as the name implies helps boost weak phone signals. When a signal is weak the

 booster’s job is to boost the signal then rebroadcast it to your phone and other devices.


 Port

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If you keep experiencing poor signal and you have called your customer service provider to 

complain about their signal, you can ‘port’. Port in Nigeria simply means switching to another

network provider while still retaining your number. For example, your signal is poor in Ogun  state 



you can move to another more effective network provider in the state. 


 This is a guest post by Adeniyi Ogunfowoke, a Travel/Technology writer of Jovago.com

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