Cel-Fi Smart Signal Boosters by Nextivity meet Ofcom new regulations

Cel-Fi Smart Signal Boosters by Nextivity meet Ofcom new regulations

UK regulator Ofcom has confirmed the making of regulations to allow people to use certain types of mobile phone repeaters without a licence. The new regulations come into force today - 12th April 2018 and are known as the Wireless Telegraphy (Mobile Repeater) (Exemption) Regulations 2018. Cel-Fi Smart Signal Boosters are licence exempt under UK law and fully meet the requirements of Ofcom SI 2018/399*.
Poor Mobile Signal is losing businesses its customers!

Poor Mobile Signal is losing businesses its customers!

A SME’s quick guide to Solving Poor Mobile Signal Coverage in Your Building, with the Cel-Fi PRO Businesses across the UK, and rural areas in particular, have poor or non-existent mobile coverage, claims a survey by the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC).
How to Boost your Mobile Phone Signal in your Small Office Space for 75p a day*

How to Boost your Mobile Phone Signal in your Small Office Space for 75p a day*

The Cel-Fi DUO designed for Home and Small Business As a small business owner, there is nothing more frustrating than dropped calls or a spotty connection as a result of poor indoor mobile signal coverage in your office. Cel-Fi has solved these challenges by developing award-winning products that ensure mobile users have optimal signal coverage indoors. The question however, is which is the best smart signal booster for you?
Cel-Fi PRO, the business smart signal booster, is now available for major mobile networks including Vodafone, EE, BT, O2 and Three to boost 3G/4G mobile signal

Cel-Fi PRO, the business smart signal booster, is now available for major mobile networks including Vodafone, EE, BT, O2 and Three to boost 3G/4G mobile signal

The Cel-Fi PRO is designed to dramatically improve voice and data coverage for up to four bands for 3G, 4G and LTE. This out of the box, plug and play smart signal booster is perfect for small to medium businesses and covers all the major mobile phone networks and associated mobile virtual network operators (MVNO’s).
Will Ofcom meet their mobile signal coverage targets for 2017?

Will Ofcom meet their mobile signal coverage targets for 2017?

Sometimes mobile coverage statistics don’t add up. Case in point, a recent FierceWireless article by Keith Mallinson questions the claim by Ofcom, the communications regulator for the UK, that “coverage of mobile voice services has remained at or above 99% of premises over the last 10 years.” Of notable interest, Ofcom requires operators to provide “a mobile broadband service for indoor reception to at least 98% of the UK population by the end of 2017”.
Nextivity Takes Home Gold Stevie Award for Fastest Growing Company!

Nextivity Takes Home Gold Stevie Award for Fastest Growing Company!

Our reputation is growing – and so is our business. We’re delighted to announce that Nextivity won a Gold Stevie® Award in the Fastest Growing Company of the Year category as part of the 12th Annual International Business Awards. We beat some pretty impressive competitors in Canada and the U.S.A. to take the prize.
Case Study: Boosting Mobile Signal Coverage in car parks for increased safety measures

Case Study: Boosting Mobile Signal Coverage in car parks for increased safety measures

Cel-Fi’s latest signal boosting technology doesn’t always have to be for conventional indoor spaces. Car parks are notorious for having poor signal reception. But it’s not only an inconvenience; it can also be a major safety issue. Southport Central Car Park owners know all too well the problems poor signal can face and recently utilised Cel-Fi indoor signal boosters to solve their mobile reception issues.

What do signal bars on your smartphone really mean?

What do signal bars on your smartphone really mean?

There are some common myths when it comes to the signal bars on your smartphones and Steve Van Skike, Nextivity’s Senior Technical Product Manager, has recently had many questions surrounding what signal bars really mean.

Case Study: Boosting Mobile Signal Coverage in Remote Holiday Parks

Case Study: Boosting Mobile Signal Coverage in Remote Holiday Parks

You might not think it, but poor 3G and 4G mobile signal in remote locations are extremely common even in today’s tech savvy market. It has become more important than ever for businesses to stay connected with customers and colleagues. An Australian based holiday park knows all too well the effects of poor mobile phone coverage on the business and has shared its story to show how Cel-Fi can help streamline business operations simply from installing one of our Smart Signal Boosters.

Cel-Fi PRO goes nationwide in Austria

Cel-Fi PRO goes nationwide in Austria

Cel-Fi.com has recently announced some great news for the Cel-Fi PRO in regards to the European market - T-Mobile Austria is now deploying Cel-Fi PRO to its subscribers! It’s all part of the provider’s ambitious national LTE (that’s the latest 4G network development) rollout for improving indoor mobile coverage. In fact the plan is to complete the rollout to 90% of the country’s population by the end of 2015 according to T-Mobile Austria – who also said "The Cel-Fi PRO Smart Signal Booster for LTE is exactly what we need to address the majority of indoor coverage issues experienced by our customers."

What is the difference between a signal booster and a signal repeater?

What is the difference between a signal booster and a signal repeater?

Nextivity recently exhibited at the Mobile World Congress 2015 in Barcelona to showcase some of the latest innovations and products. With the Congress now behind us and a surge of new and exciting mobile technology news to digest, we are using this as an opportunity to address one of our most frequently asked questions by our customers – what is the difference between a signal booster and a signal repeater?

Cel-Fi PRO mobile phone signal booster

Cel-Fi PRO mobile phone signal booster

We are excited to announce the availability of our third generation Nextivity Cel-Fi PRO. It’s the cost-effective, wireless, plug-and-play solution for both 3G and 4G mobile users who suffer from poor indoor signal.

How to Boost Mobile Phone Signal Indoors

How to Boost Mobile Phone Signal Indoors

The simple answer to improving indoor coverage would be to deploy hundreds (or thousands) of new base stations and build taller towers in all sectors of a community -- but this strategy is neither likely nor cost effective.

What is a mobile signal repeater and is it legal to use one?

What is a mobile signal repeater and is it legal to use one?

A mobile signal repeater is a device used for boosting the mobile phone reception by the usage of three units: a reception antenna, a signal amplifier and an internal rebroadcast antenna. The latter is very much similar to the mobile phone mast used for broadcasting by the network providers. The only difference is they are much smaller and usually used in one building. Modern mobile repeater amplifiers ‘repeat’ or to be more exact rebroadcast mobile signal inside the designated area. This type of systems usually uses an external antenna to collect the best mobile signal, which is then transmitted to an amplifier unit which strengthens the signal and retransmits it locally.