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Cellphone Antennae Booster works for Rural area and less dropped calls FREE postage Hot item!
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Cellphone Antennae Booster works for Rural area and less dropped calls FREE postage



Buy 1 now. These really work.

You paste the antennae in the back of your phone and see a visible difference in your phone. Make sure you put them where the antennae of your phone is. Many newer phones have there antennae at the bottom of the phones. Your signal will increase between 20 and 65 percent on most phones. You will notice a lot less dropped calls.


If you have no signal, these antennae wont produce a signal but would boost your present signal to 2-3 bars stronger

If you order 5 or more you will get 1 free antennae in the post

These Antennae help concentrate the signal onto your phones built-in reception.

Postage will NOT come with a tracking number unless you add R19. Postage will come in a FASTMAIL envelope.

Please remember that there will be one of two reasons why this antennae will not work... one if your phones built in modem is damaged, two if you do not put it in the right place for example you paste it at the top of the phone when it should be at the bottom or there is no signal at all.

Very cheap and handy and you can use it on your 3G modem too

Customer Feedback:

NOW my average speed is 6.3 mbps on my old vodafone k3715. this works a MAGIC. buy this dont hold yourself. i used to get only 3.2 mbps.


FREE postage with FastMail, or add R19 for Tracking number or R60 for overnight speed services. Fastmail does not give a tracking number so we are not responsible for lost mail. We offer the Fastmail option because its reasonable for you as our customer. With all our sales using Fastmail every customer has received their parcels except for one.



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Morning. Why is the one listing R19 and the other one R24. Is there a diference and can a guy send it via speed services for R70? Thankx - Asked by mrstechy (466 Rating score between 100 and 499)
26 Jul 11:14 
R19 plus R19 registered post for the one and R24 without registered post using fastmail... yes its R19 plus R70 the last option you asked for thanks
26 Jul 11:35 
Hi There,

I see this has been asked before, however I need some clarity.
My wife and I both have iPhone 4s, not the 4S (in which I believe the signal issue has been fixed). We however do have cases for our phones, which alleviates the "death grip" issue. I just need to clarify if this will work or not on our phones as we have horrible signal at home.

I ask this as your description says "Not suitable for iPhones with bad signal", however you advised Valerie that this would work?

I would like to buy two if these work please?
Please let me know.

Thanks! - Asked by shreez (9)
18 Jun 07:10 
I would give the antennae booster a try. The only other option if this does not work is a new improved builtin antennae retailing for around R300. If your Iphone is one of the newer models. It definitely will improve any phones signal that has a fair builtin antennae but guarantee when the antennae is faulty, thanks
UPDATED: 18 Jun 11:10
Please remember that postage is R19 thanks
18 Jun 10:47 

I have a bb 8520, and the network i use is cell c, . My network reads GSM and Cell C, then SOS, but I cnt make calls, or smses. Its been happening for long. I wan to know will this booster help in any way? - Asked by mangundan (no ratings)
07 Jun 11:38 
Hi there, it might work, but sounds like you have an internal antennae problem. h test you can do is get another phone and put your cell C sim in it and stand in the same place where you cannot get signal and see if the other phone does the same. Are you in an urban or rural area and are there lots of buildings/ hills round about? There are websites like askme and mybroadband who complain heavily about the phones problems,so I cannot guarantee that this antennae would work but its cheap enough to give it a try
UPDATED: 07 Jun 11:48
Maybe your phone is a stolen phone, and is blocked by the networks Sometimes it only gets reported after you have bought it
07 Jun 11:45 
I have an I phone. The battery is built in. I keep it in a hard inflexible protective case. How thick is this antenna? I need to figure out if i can fit it in the case. Where do you recommend sticking it on the iPhone? - Asked by ValerieDuponsel (2)
16 Mar 09:59 
Hi there, the Iphone s reconsidering a recall on their latest phones because of the antennae problems. This antennae is paper thin so wont be a problem pasting it at the back of the cover or inside the cover at the bottom where the internal antennae is. avoid holding the phone at the bottom while on a call that will improve the reception too.
17 Mar 13:49 
good day

will this work on a blackberry torch 9800 phone? - Asked by lionelandchantell (332 Rating score between 100 and 499)
11 Feb 09:10 
Yes it would work for almost any phone, just paste it over the area where the builtin antennae is
17 Mar 13:47