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hello i live in east brunswick new jersey the central new jersey market and i was wondering there are only 3 or so towers in my town i m curious as to how my signal strength will increase or if it even because the nearest tower is 1.18 miles from me and the other ones are futher from me and i was wondering if my signal strength will go from fair to go or best regards daniel lodish

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hello i live in east brunswick new jersey the central new jersey market and i was wondering there are only 3 or so towers in my town i m curious as to how my signal strength will increase or if it even because the nearest tower is 1.18 miles from me and the other ones are futher from me and i was wondering if my signal strength will go from fair to go or best regards daniel lodish

 

Your 3G signal might increase slightly, same goes for LTE, but for voice calls and text (800mhz 1x), you'll see a huge improvement.

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I think the average tower reaches approximately 797.624 miles. But, again, this is just an estimate. ; o )

I am pretty sure i read somewhere that it is actually 797.6238999. Just saying ...

 

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