The Benefits of a Signal Booster for a Building

The Benefits of a Signal Booster for a Building

Signal Booster for a Building
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Cell phones have come a long way from the time they were conceptualized. There are millions upon millions of users nowadays. The cell phone has paved the way for the smart phone and people are using it smartly and staying connected. The only problem with regards to staying connected is the cell phone signal. When the cell phone signal is good you will be connected but if the signal is weak then it becomes difficult to remain connected. Calls may drop at any time, in between calls, when you are in a tele-conference or a video conference etc. The only way to stay connected at all times is by installing a signal booster.

The signal booster works by receiving the weak signal and then amplifying the signal so that your devices can function well without any signal issues. There are many benefits of using a signal booster and the most important is that the battery of your cell phone will last more. If the signal is good then the cell phone requires less power and you will save on battery life. However, if the signal is bad then the cell phone needs to use more power to receive files or to send files and your cell phone will lose its battery life fast. Data transfer also happens faster when then signal is good, which is also a major benefit.

If you live in a building with signal problems, it is advisable to get a signal booster for building as it will be a money saving proposition for all concerned. Instead of getting individual boosters for each home, one for the whole building would suffice and all the signal problems will cease for everyone in the building. The major benefits a signal booster offers for your building are:

  1. No interruptions – As mentioned earlier you will not face call drops. You will be able to transact your business without any interruptions on calls. More and more people are watching entertainment programs on their smart phones and with uninterrupted signals the people watching these programs can do so without worrying about buffering and other such problems. Overall you will start to enjoy both work and fun.
  2. Property value – Most home buyers and tenants always look for places where they get good signal as they need to stay connected in this technology driven world. If your building has good signals then naturally you will be able to get tenants easily if you are looking to rent and if you are willing to sell you will be able to make the sale as a good signal is one of the the value boosters too.
  3. Enhanced safety – With a good signal in your building, if there is an emergency situation, you and others will be able to get the message out to the first responders that there is something amiss and you need help. If the signals are not good, letting others know that there is a problem could be difficult, hence each and every building needs a signal booster.

Are you sure people from every corner of your building can make an outgoing call? If not, do not hesitate installing a signal booster in your building because it does indeed provide tremendous benefits.

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Social Media Is Causing Problems With Our Social Skills

When people care more about followers than about each other, something is wrong…
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Do you care whatever you do?
Do you care wherever you go?
Do you care whomever you meet?

Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat. Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr. There are countless apps, sites, and programs which let you enter the realm of social media. And I know, social media is important, I get it.

Without social media, this article wouldn’t find its readers. Without social media, my family on the other side of the globe wouldn’t be able to follow my stories on my blog. Without social media, people couldn’t get in touch with each other so fast and easy. I’m not denying any of it. But tell me, does social media make us more social? How is it possible that we live in a lonely world although we have the Internet to connect us with the whole world?

Pardon me if I sound harsh, but don’t you have the impression that in today’s society people care more about followers than about people?

Don’t you, too, realise that young adults care more about increasing their likes on Instagram than about pushing themselves to better results in school and university? Don’t you think that we constantly care more about our phones in the hands than about the guy we’re sitting next to in class, or the friend with whom we travel, or the family with whom we dine?

Maybe you think I’m exaggerating, but I have the impression that people do not care. We do not care. I do not care enough. I don’t care enough about what I say without thinking. About whom I hurt. About how to make someone else’s life a little easier. Sometimes I do not even care enough about myself.

But I should care. You should care. We should care.

About people. About words. About history. You should care about that kid you sit next to in French class. And about your Mum who worries about you. And about your teachers who are trying their best to provide you with education. We should care about all the things that seem tiring and not fun. About our responsibility as citizens, partners, children. About our world and about ourselves. For we are as much part of this society as everyone else is.

Living in a society means to care for each other, rely on each other, trust each other. It’s impossible to create those feelings and foster them without undivided attention to your neighbour and real-life socialising.

Don’t throw your phone away. Don’t delete your Facebook account. (You wouldn’t do it anyways, would you? :D) But switch them off from time to time. You care for the world surrounding you when you look up from your screen while traveling. You care for your friends and family when you put your phone away while eating in a restaurant. And finally, you care about your society when you learn how to use your device to make a difference in the world. It's not about the followers you earn. Let it be about the content you put out there and about the one you take in. Care!

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If You Answer Yes To Any Of These 10 Questions, You Might Need To Breakup With Social Media

Don't let social media make decisions for you.
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I'M BREAKING UP WITH SOCIAL MEDIA!

Look, I know I sound crazy, but just bear with me on this one. Think about it: how many times are you hanging out with a friend, and both of you are just sitting on your phones? Maybe you're even sitting right next to each other and just texting them instead of verbally communicating (call me crazy, but I feel like humans have vocal chords for a reason).

And maybe even worse: you guys can't have a real conversation in person because who you are online is different than who you are offline. You know, the absolute worst part is that this kind of scenario is just the tip of an iceberg larger than Mt. Everest. There's also cyberbullying, an increase in self-esteem issues, and even more (maybe that we don't even realize yet).

Giving up social media for lent really opened my eyes to the issues with social media and the burdens it places on both society's shoulders and an individual's shoulders.

Honestly, I felt so much happier with myself when giving it up that when I could finally use it again, I didn't really want to use it. In fact, using it kind of stresses me out now, so I've decided to break up with social media for good.

Well, kind of. I'm keeping Facebook so my family, especially those in England, don't think I'm dead or missing. I'm basically remodeling my personal twitter account so I'm just following poetry and topics I actually care about (and memes but I like to keep that part on the down low).

As for Instagram, I'm going to delete my personal and keep my photography account. Lastly, I'm just going to use Snapchat for communication and keeping up with my friend's lives. Basically, anything that makes me unrealistically self-conscious or more selfish, I'm getting rid of or modifying it to not be that way.


If your relationship with social media is at a crossroads, ask yourself these 10 questions:

1. Do you tweet more to your drafts than to your actual feed?

2. Do you constantly check Instagram to see how many likes (or comments) your selfie got? And/or do you check Snapchat to see how many views (or replies) your selfie got on your story?

3. If you didn't get enough likes, comments, replies, views, etc., do you delete the selfie?

4. Does scrolling through your feed make you feel self-conscious about characteristics of yourself that you normally would not be self-conscious about, or even self-conscious about characteristics you love about yourself?

5. Do you find yourself scrolling through social media while hanging out with a friend rather than talking to them in person?

6. Do you get in fights with friends, family, or significant others when one of you misinterprets something that someone said on social media?

7. Do you find yourself acting completely different on social media than you would normally in person?

8. Are you getting fewer things done (homework, projects, etc.) because of spending time on social media?

9. Is it hard for you to talk about uncomfortable, controversial, and/or significant topics in person?

10. Do you struggle to connect and converse with people in person?


If you answered yes to 5 or more of these questions, or honestly even any of these questions, I would strongly suggest taking a hard look at your social media: who you follow, what you post, how you act, etc.

You don't need to cut social media cold-turkey if you don't want to, but I think you'll find that your life is much simpler without the stresses and burdens it places onto your shoulders. Trust me, the process isn't easy, but it is liberating in every way imaginable.


Don't let social media wear the pants in your relationship, people.
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