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I will be moving, in June to an Apartment with Brick on the outside! I was wondering if sprint had a booster that work for their LTE and if so which one!

 

I am a complete noob, just have no idea of any boosters or anything like that for sprint!

 

Any advice or ideas would be really helpful! And thank you!!

 

 

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I will be moving, in June to an Apartment with Brick on the outside! I was wondering if sprint had a booster that work for their LTE and if so which one!

 

I am a complete noob, just have no idea of any boosters or anything like that for sprint!

 

Any advice or ideas would be really helpful! And thank you!!

 

 

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Wifi is the easiest way to "boost" your mobile data connection in your new apartment.

Also, if you are still using a Victory, it is well past time to upgrade to a Spark device for triband goodness.

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Well, then guys! I guess I have no need for a lTE booster haha, I get good 3G there just not very good lTE!

 

I will be getting cable internet, eventually but not right away, because of the expenses involved in getting the whole place!

 

 

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Well, then guys! I guess I have no need for a lTE booster haha, I get good 3G there just not very good lTE!

 

I will be getting cable internet, eventually but not right away, because of the expenses involved in getting the whole place!

 

 

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Indoor coverage is always tough. As long as you have WiFi, then you're good. Most recent phones support WiFi calling now to, so you don't even need a Sprint signal. 

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I have the iPhone 6+ on Sprint! Just paid it all off haha, for some reason I am very proud of that!

 

Anyways does the iPhone 6 and 6+ support wifi calling?

 

 

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Yes. 

 

http://newsroom.sprint.com/news-releases/sprint-delivers-expanded-connectivity-with-free-wi-fi-calling-to-millions-of-iphone-customers.htm

 

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Lol will do!!

 

Definitely supported and I have 8.3 so no worries there! I definitely liking this haha, was think of switching to Verizon but the $50 iPhone plan plus wifi calling makes sprint my go to!

 

Thank you so much for the info!!!

 

 

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