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What provider would give me best coverage?

Essentially there are 3 carriers with 4 "levels of service. These are: Telstra Retail Network Telstra Wholesale Network Optus Network Vodafone Network   Telstra: It's pretty clear when you are with Optus and Vodafone, a bit more confusing with Telstra Retail/Wholesale. Telstra sell services on their own network to their own retail customers. This means that these customers get access to ALL parts of the Telstra network and all modes of operation like "Voice over LTE". The ONLY Mobile Virtual Network Operator (MVNO) that has access to ALL of the retail network is BOOST (owned by Telstra) All other MVNO's...

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Money for dodgy illegal boosters? Save $100 on any LEGAL solution.

$100 for your illegal mobile phone booster. Get rid of that dodgy booster and go legal, with full performance Cel-Fi Booster / Repeaters. Find out how to save $100 and how not to be roped in to an illegal mobile phone booster.

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Cel-Fi GO Panel Indicators - What do they mean?

Want to know what your Booster is doing? The panel tells us quite a lot!

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What's your booster doing??

Want to know all about what your booster is doing? Then you need the Cel-Fi wave app - read on.

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Is it just about having 5 bars?

It's nice to think that if you see 5 bars on your phone you've got the best in mobile coverage for calls, texts and data. But perhaps there is more to it than that? This video explains why some phones might show just one bar whilst others are showing 5 bars: So it seems a lot of factors are considered in the the signal bar display, signal strength, noise level, amount of traffic on the frequency, even adjacent bands in operation can have an affect! Other things that can realise a big difference between the signal shown on handsets is...

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