Your Vodacom signal booster includes:
Exterior Vodacom Antenna
Interior Booster Box
Interior Re-broadcast Antenna
Coaxial Cables (10 meters)
Power source cables
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This range of Vodacom signal boosters is made to boost your Vodacom voice calls (GSM), 3G technology, and LTE technologies. This collection actually offers you a few solutions such as Vodacom signal boosters for voice only, voice and 3G, 3G and 4G, or voice, 3G and 4G all in one. Additionally, if you are looking to boost an office or home where people use many different providers, we offer you a Vodacom signal booster that can boost ALL NETWORKS.
A little about Vodacom Network:
Vodacom is South Africa’s leading telephone provider. Since 1994, Vodacom was born as part of a combination of UK’s Vodafone and South Africa’s Telkom (50/50 ownership). But around 2008, Vodafone said it would require a 65% ownership to keep the company functioning as needed, and thus, in the same year Vodacom even changed its logo to the Vodafone red, since Vodacom was now a “child network” or subsidiary branch of Vodafone. Vodacom has been a leader in telecom evolution. Since it has been around for quite some time, Vodacom has been able to develop many marketing and technological techniques; and has been able to expand into a multinational telecommunications company. And since it has been a highly advanced telecom for some time now, it has expanded over a whole continent. It’s most popular in the South Africa, Nigeria, Zambia, and the Democratic Republic of Congo, although it has users in more than 40 countries.
Pros: Vodacom offers pay-as-you-go SIM cards for travelers, making it easy for them when on their journeys. Also, does pretty well in large cities.
Cons: Although Vodacom, like many other telecommunication companies, is available in many countries, their customer service and/or tech support doesn’t always get the best reviews. Clients report poor signal in some areas, and not much help on Vodacom’s customer care end. So, why don’t you get the signal you signed up for? See below to clarify a bit about this.
Why are you getting poor Vodacom signal?
Most of the time, the main reason you are having network signal problems is something that is mostly out of your hands. By this we mean that it is usually do to either construction materials or glass used in your building’s infrastructure; geological formations such as hills, mountains, valleys or dips between you and the antenna; highly forested areas between you and the central antenna; or being in what is called a “dead zone”, which is a zone behind the broadcasting spectrum of the antenna. Another factor that contributes to your poor mobile signal can be living and/or working too far away from Vodacom signal towers, since by the time the signal waves actually reach your cellphone, it is already too weak to provide you with the great signal you deserve.
How do we put an end to poor Vodacom signal?
All of the components of the Vodacom signal boosters’ kits are essential, in order to keep the kits minimal, aesthetically pleasing, and highly functional. This is how the system functions:
First, the exterior Vodacom antenna, which we encourage you to place strategically where you get as much signal as possible, on a high area of your building such as the roof, receives any signal around your property.
Second, the Vodacom antenna shoots the gathered signal through the kit’s coaxial cables (that are installed within your building) towards the internal Vodacom booster box.
Third, once that the signal reaches the internal Vodacom signal box inside your home it is amplified within the box using our state of the art technology.
Fourth, as the signal is amplified within the internal repeater, it is sent throughout your home by means of the attached rebroadcasting antenna, like a wi fi modem would. Some kits require an extra interior antenna to assure signal throughout you building.
Note that this all happens at very high speeds, so there are very minimal chances of any delay when the signal is passing through your Vodacom mobile booster equipment.
About Vodacom Network’s mobile frequencies:
900MHz: this frequency band is usually applicable to rural areas. It uses a lower frequency in order to get the user heavier and stronger Vodacom signal in hard-to-reach places. It offers voice through GSM, and is usually quite sufficient.
1800MHz: this band deals users in urban areas LTE services at high speeds. It is a more fragile frequency, since it is lighter and a bit less sturdy than the 900MHz, or a typical radio frequency of 98.0MHz. This means that it is more likely to get broken up and have more problems. This means that you may have to be closer to Vodacom’s central antennas to get a good signal.
2100MHz: this frequency offers exclusive Vodacom 3G services to urban areas, allowing very large amounts of data to be transferred in high-traffic areas. This frequency band doesn’t carry Vodacom’s GSM voice or LTE services.
Looking for a super strong boost?
We offer you accessories such as high gain aerial antennas, directional antennas (MR Yagi), omnidirectional antennas, frequency converter kits, vehicle converter kits, etc. We also offer any tools and/or replacements you might need, to ensure you get the best of the best. Please, take a look any time at our accessory tab.
Now that you know pretty much everything about what we do and how we do it, we encourage you to take a look at our Vodacom signal boosters, and our accessories, in order to find the best solution to your poor cell signal. Thank you for your time, we appreciate it very much!