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    Dude, not a good start by necroposting to shill your product.
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    necroposting? lol, no worries from me; in any case whats ideal for mobile and for either vehicle or stationary use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fruvous View Post
    Dude, not a good start by necroposting to shill your product.
    Pretty sure jimmy is a spambot, so don't expect him to take your advice.
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    Who is the guy on hofo that says Wilson is trash?

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    I have a Wilson unit in my truck (regular 3G band model), and it works darn well in low signal areas. I have no problem recommending it.
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    Hmmm I was also thinking while posting on the thread that the conversation is a little old but thought to just write here in case anyone is still considering to buy a signal booster or facing any problem in their current system.

    PS Not a spambot so your advice is noted

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGY Guy View Post
    I have a Wilson unit in my truck (regular 3G band model), and it works darn well in low signal areas. I have no problem recommending it.
    Hey CGY, Thanks for your nice words.

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    No problem. Good equipment like the Sleek cradle deserves it, and works as advertised. As a suggestion for Wilson, they should package the 12" antenna instead of the 4" stubby as an option.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CGY Guy View Post
    No problem. Good equipment like the Sleek cradle deserves it, and works as advertised. As a suggestion for Wilson, they should package the 12" antenna instead of the 4" stubby as an option.
    It's something we'll hopefully address in the future. People generally prefer the 4" for aesthetic reasons which is totally fine. For me, personally, I'm all about performance, so it's the 12" all the way for me.

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    As with me. I work in fringe areas, and need all the signal I can get at times.

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    My guess is that it will be fixed soon. It could be that the option is built into the phone, but Sprint disabled it. Even Metro PCS allows its customers to do WiFi calling on their Android phones. With the network still being upgraded, WiFi calling would be a simple way to keep people happy while their service is disrupted.
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    I don't think it is available with Roger you suggest. But may be there are femtocells available with others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NISHANA116 View Post
    I don't think it is available with Roger you suggest. But may be there are femtocells available with others.
    Nice try, spammer. Bumping a 4 year old thread just to shill your website with links in the signature. Reported to the mods.
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