The first generations of Vodafone signal boosters were quite large and bulky to carry. You had to carry a power socket wherever you go and customers were complaining about it. It had a lot of technical defects and later they introduced their newest version of signal boosters minimizing the defects from the previous product batch.
How does it serve you?
The basic function of the Vodafone sure signal is to boost your mobile phone signal level by connecting into your internal broadband in order to connect it to the boost the phone signal within your house.
It uses an Ethernet cable to connect to your broadband router at home. And once you have completed registering the mobile device you want to use it with, on the Vodafone website, the device then automatically routes calls and text message to be sent and to be received. And then it uses your broadband connection instead of your mobile data connection.
The previous product looked bulky and boring as mentioned earlier. But the all new Vodafone signal booster carries more of a compact shape and is convenient enough to plug into an available socket. And now instead of wasting time on nabbing a power socket wherever you go, it has a pass through which enables you to hold one power socket. It sounds costly but in the long run it saves plenty of our time.
The socket contains an indicator which provides you information on the current status of the device, whether it’s connected properly, signal level and whether there is a phone connected and using it. It is quite helpful indeed.
Plug it to a socket and then go through the simple set-up procedure mentioned in the handbook. There haven’t been any problems getting the Sure Signal to work and used it in Ascot, a place where Vodafone signal is slightly weak, depending on where you stand. You can register up to 32 numbers on your Vodafone device and eight of those numbers can be used from the system at the same time.
Many people tend me be experiencing positive review on the product and they say that it is more effective than the previous version of the Vodafone signal booster. It is really simple. But don’t expect it to save any money though, because you may be routing your calls through your broadband, but calls being made from a signal connected devices are still charged at the same equal rates as if you were using your ordinary mobile connection.
But Vodafone’s point of view it is ground breaking revenue stream for them. Because you are paying Vodafone for their contract, the electricity bill and also the bandwidth charges for your domestic internet connection.
So choose wise before you purchase the product. If you are regular user of a mobile device and having problems with your network you can go for it. Because it would be convenient for you.