| Topic: MiFi in areas with poor mobile signal
Message posted by cliffbrown16/4/2021 at 7:00am
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as there are different phone companies, there are different coverage areas, you might find Vodafone, for example, might have better coverage where you are, if you can search the different suppliers.
eg. I have a Tesco Mobile phone which uses O2 as there carrier, my MiFi dongle was originally a Vodafone, but as it became cheaper to get sims elsewhere I unlocked it and for the last couple of years I have been using EE.
The MiFi dongle is a cheaper method to try, but I suppose the dedicated kit that you can get nowdays with an aerial etc, in theory, should pick up a better signal. £300 is a lot of money for "in theory".
perhaps someone thats got one can advise you better.