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RCR Wireless US News – Nextivity gains AT&T approval for cell booster

The wireless industry’s acceptance of cell signal boosters gained momentum this week as AT&T announced a deal with Nextivity authorizing the use of its Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster for use across AT&T Mobility’s 2G and HSPA-based 3G networks. The carrier has also received authorization for the use of its boosters by T-Mobile US. Written by…
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AT&T Authorizes Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster For Use on Its Wireless Network

AT&T subscribers can now use the authorized Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster to eliminate in-building dead-zones and dropped calls SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA–(Marketwired – July 23, 2013) – Nextivity Inc. today announced that AT&T has formally entered into an agreement with the company, authorizing the Nextivity Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster for use on the AT&T wireless network.…
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AT&T Authorizes Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster For Use on Its Wireless Network

AT&T subscribers can now use the authorized Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster to eliminate in-building dead-zones and dropped calls. SAN DIEGO, Calif. – July 23, 2013 – Nextivity Inc. today announced that AT&T has formally entered into an agreement with the company, authorizing the Nextivity Cel-Fi Smart Signal Booster for use on the AT&T wireless network. This…
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Wireless may replace phone lines in Sandy-ravaged areas of NY, NJ

Hurricane Sandy devastated coastal areas in New Jersey and New York last October and left some Verizon Communications customers without copper phone lines. Verizon offered an emerging fixed wireless technology called Voice Link to those customers, located mainly in Fire Island, N.Y, and Mantoloking, N.J, in lieu of spending millions of dollars to replace the…
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Lesson #1: Knowing your G’s

Keeping up with mobile phone technology can be baffling, especially when we hear terms like 3G or 4G being thrown around. What does it all really mean? How many Gs do you need to make a phone call, surf the web, or download a video? The G actually stands for Generation and refers to the…
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Bar Hopping: Can you Hear Me Now?

Anyone who has ever used a cellphone knows about those bars in the corner that show how strong your cell signal is or how much coverage you have. We talk about them a lot. How often do you hear, “I can’t make a phone call; I don’t have any bars”? Mobile network operators even play…
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Coverage Holes – 40 Years and Counting

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Dropped calls caused by holes in cellular coverage are nothing new. But we’re also realizing that poor coverage can also mean poor data performance. Here’s why it happens. Let’s begin with some basics. Cellphone signals are transmitted from antennas mounted on towers, on the side of buildings, in church steeples, disguised as trees or in…
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How to Extend Your Smartphone’s Battery Life? Three Tips to Help

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Even though smartphones have become integrated into our everyday lives, there’s one thing that hasn’t improved as much as we’d like – their battery life. The more we use them, the sooner the batteries go dead on us. There are however some very simple things you can do to stretch battery life for your smartphone.…
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Cel-Fi Applauds Federal Communications Commission Signal Boosters Education

Cel-Fi applauds the Federal Communications Commission’s decision today to provide greater regulatory certainty to wireless signal booster manufacturers. San Diego, Calif. – February 20, 2013 – Cel-Fi, by Nextivity Inc., a leading developer of in‐building coverage technology, applauds the Federal Communications Commission’s decision today to provide greater regulatory certainty to wireless signal booster manufacturers. The…
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