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Should we upgrade our In-Building Cellular Wireless system if we purchased a few years ago?

 


If your In-Building Cellular Wireless system was implemented three or four years ago, chances are it does not support LTE (long term evolution). Should you find that you're in need of high speed data for mobile devices, it could be time to look at an upgradedIn-Building Cellular Wireless system that will support 4G technologies. We welcome the opportunity to discuss what applications your employees really need to have and what coverage looks like inside your building.

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Which cellular carriers will an In-Building Cellular Wireless system support?

 


Reliable In-Building Cellular Wireless systems today will support a wide range of carrier frequencies. For example, if you were only interested in voice, we could seamlessly implement a system that will give you the frequencies from the major carriers that are used for voice communications. At any point, should you decide to implement LTE (long term evolution) or 4G coverage, we can assist you in creating your custom communication service.

Learn 6 Critical Steps to Implementing an Enterprise In-Building Wireless Solution

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What are the common RF & cellular challenges in LEED certified buildings?

As more and more companies are becoming energy efficient and environmentally friendly, we are often finding that the materials used to construct these buildings can repel RF signals; leaving you with subpar cellular coverage inside of your building. That is where Green Mountain Communications can help! We can determine where your coverage is working, where it's not, and what carriers will work best for your environment. From there we can create a customized proposal for improving voice coverage inside of your building. Interested? Let's get started!

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