Houston, TX -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/12/2018 -- Predicted worse conditions in Massachusetts and parts of Virginia as the nor'easter storm is has caused and may cause more damage. The nor'easter has been wreaking havoc across the Northeastern United States and has already killed five people. The powerful storm has even led to the cancellation of as many as 3300 flights already. Apart from that, as many as 1 million customers have lost the power connectivity at their home. Virginia, Washington D.C. and Massachusetts are among the worst hit areas in the US.
As the mobile connectivity is likely to be affected in future with the weather getting worse probably due to global warming, people are definitely looking for ways by which they can stay connected and let their near and dear ones know about their safety.
One of the alternatives is to look for online ways to communicate. One can send messages via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and more. These are free to use and are reliable channels, but the downside is that they would only work if there is a stable internet connection.
Signal booster is a preferred choice for many people. A cell phone signal booster is an equipment for small homes to large buildings for enhancing cellular signals. Professional installation services are available for installing signal enhancing systems in commercial applications such as large buildings. Signalbooster.com provides few good tips here for people to enjoy a better cellular signal reception at no cost.
Ideally, users should try and go near the window to ensure they get a better reception. Further, turning on airplane mode and then turning it off again after 5 seconds sometimes helps in improving the tower too. Apart from that, users should try and call others over a Wi-Fi network as this might help them place a call. Going to a higher floor or calling from an elevation can help in better signal reception too.
With such simple techniques, people may be able to stay connected during the turbulent weather and might get or even offer help to one another until the weather conditions seem to get better.
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