As the world becomes increasingly mobile, a poor mobile signal inside your building can be a frustrating problem. It can lead to dropped calls, slow internet speeds, and poor signal quality.
But how do you know if your building is suffering from poor mobile signal? In this blog post, we’ll explore the first signs of a bad mobile signal inside your building.
Sign 1 : Poor call quality
The most obvious sign of a bad mobile signal is poor call quality. If you’re experiencing a lot of dropped calls or have difficulty hearing the other person on the line, it’s a sign that your mobile signal isn’t strong enough. You may also notice that the calls are breaking up or that there’s a delay in the conversation.
Sign 2 : Slow internet speeds
A bad mobile connection can also lead to slow internet speeds. If you’re having trouble accessing websites or downloading files, it could be a sign that your mobile signal isn’t strong enough. You may also notice that videos take longer to load or that your emails are slow to send.
Sign 3 : Difficulty sending/receiving What’s App texts
If you’re having trouble sending or receiving text messages, it could be due to a lack of signal strength.
Sign 4 : All notifications at once
If you receive several notifications on your mobile phone at once when leaving a building, there is a good chance that it is due to the poor mobile network inside the building.
Sign 5 : No signal
If you can’t get a signal at all inside your building, it’s a clear sign that you have a bad connection. This can be especially frustrating if you’re expecting an important call or need to access the internet.
Sign 6 : Network instability
A weak mobile signal inside a building also manifests itself with an unstable network throughout the day. If there are times during your day when you have signal, and other times when you don’t, it is a consequence of a poor general network in the building.
Sign 7 : Battery drain
It can also drain your phone’s battery. This is because your phone is constantly searching for a signal, which uses up a lot of battery power. If you notice that your phone’s battery is draining quickly while you’re inside your building, it could be a alert as well.
Sign 8 : Overheating
If your phone gets hot while you’re inside your building, it could be a sign that you have a bad signal. When your phone is searching for a signal, it uses a lot of energy, which can cause it to overheat.
So, what can you do if you’re experiencing these signs of a bad mobile signal?
One solution is to install a mobile signal booster. However, mobile boosters aren’t always the best solution, as they can be expensive, require ongoing maintenance and work for only one operator.
An alternative solution is WAVETHRU. WAVETHRU is a non-invasive solution that allows mobile signals to penetrate through windows, ensuring a strong signal inside your building. It’s an easy and affordable solution that can help you stay connected without the hassle of a mobile booster.
Measure the quality of the mobile signal indoor
If you want to confirm your concerns, we can perform building audits to evaluate the mobile signal quality and see if the building envelope is the cause of the signal problems.
In conclusion, a bad mobile signal can be frustrating, but recognizing the signs early can help you find a solution quickly. If you’re experiencing any of the above signs, consider WAVETHRU as a cost-effective alternative to mobile boosters.