Don’t let a bad mobile phone reception frustrate you. Follow our ten top tips to fix a poor mobile phone network. With so much of our every day life relying on our cell phone, things like weak signal, dropped calls or slow data speeds can have a major impact. Fortunately, there are a number of things that you can do to improve your cell signal for clear calls and fast data speeds.

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Not being able to use your mobile phone, even in your own home, because of a poor mobile phone signal can be frustrating. 

People in rural areas in particular may suffer mobile blackspots – but a weak signal isn’t always just a result of how far you are from the nearest mobile phone mast. 

Buildings, the landscape around you and even your handset itself can affect a mobile signal. 

Here’s our guide to increasing your mobile reception and getting the best mobile phone signal possible.

1.Switch network provider

Mobile phone coverage varies by location. Some mobile providers offer better coverage than others, especially in rural areas where there are less phone masts. 

Check the mobile coverage for your area by using Airtel network coverage checkerIf another mobile network provider offers far better coverage for your location, consider switching.

2 .Take your mobile phone higher

Mobile phone reception usually improves the higher you are, as there are fewer obstacles such as buildings that can block the signal. 

If you’re at the foot of the hill or in a valley, start climbing. If indoors, try going upstairs and keep to the side of the house that’s nearest the phone mast.

3.Open a window

As mobile radio waves can struggle to penetrate walls, standing next to an open window at home or elsewhere may help you get a strong enough signal to make an uninterrupted call.  

4.Go outside

Making calls from deep inside buildings, basements and underground parking garages is virtually impossible as mobile signals are blocked by construction material, such as concrete and steel, as well as earth. 

So if you’ve no reception, head outside where you are likely to enjoy a stronger signal.

5. Keep your battery charged

Your mobile phone uses lots of power making a call. You need enough battery life to initiate the call, as well as transmit and maintain a reliable signal. 

A low battery can result in dropped calls, so keep your phone charged throughout the day.

6. Avoid electronic devices

Electronic devices, such as laptops, iPads and microwaves, can interfere with your mobile phone signal, so avoid these if you’re struggling to make a call. 

Try turning off wi-fi and Bluetooth too on a mobile phone so it can maintain a mobile network connection.

7. Hold your phone correctly

Sounds strange, but the way you hold your phone can interfere with the mobile signal, with Apple iPhones heavily criticized for this is the past. 

Avoid covering your phone’s antenna when gripping the handset to ensure the signal isn’t blocked. Alternatively use a hands-free headset when making calls.

8. Use a wi-fi signal

If you’re at home and have wi-fi router connection to your broadband, you may be able to make calls and send messages from your mobile phone using a wi-fi signal instead. 

9. Try a signal booster

If you live in a basement flat or a rural area with little mobile coverage, talk to your network provider to see if they offer a signal booster. This is a piece of hardware or software that uses your home wi-fi connection to strengthen your mobile phone’s reception and ability to make calls. 

Avoid buying unlicensed signal boosters online or from third-party companies as these are illegal to use in the UK.

10.Change your Voice and Data settings. 

Sometimes the 4G LTE network that you're on is overloaded and the 3G network, while technically slower, is actually a better option. If you’re on the 4G LTE network, try disabling it on your iPhone or Android phone (if supported), which will automatically switch you to the 3G network.

11.Remove And Reinsert The SIM Card.

If none of the measures described above work, please remove the SIM card. Then gently wipe it with a dry piece of cloth and reinsert it. Sometimes dust and grime accumulates on the metallic surfaces causing a bad connection. Then restart the iPhone. Do this very carefully and make sure that the SIM card is not damaged in any way.


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