And thanks to whomever mentioned “Rick’s Tech Tips Newsletter” - I came across this suggestion there…and did also find this topic on SF but back in 2014…no answer in that thread
I have house with thick stone walls, so signal is often weak in house, and sometimes I get none at all. I can use wifi calling, but I’d actually like to have a good signal in the house. One of my neighbors can’t ever get a signal so he has to step outside…when it’s raining not so much fun! So -
I found a " Répéteur de réseau Mobile" (not a wifi booster/répéteur) on amazon for E300…the question is has anyone used one of these répéteurs and if so, did it work, was it worth the money, know of any cheaper etc.?
Femtocells are small router-sized boxes that connect to your cell carrier’s network through your high speed modem/router. They radiate a strong cell signal throughout your home, and in some cases even out into your yard.