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Old 05-11-2008, 09:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone had any experience with a signal booster for their curve?
From what I've heard its just a little sticker that you apply to the inside of the microphone cover.
If anyone has had the signal booster, did you notice any better reception, or any areas where you have gotten more bars when you've had fewer before the signal booster?
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Old 05-11-2008, 09:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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the sticker does nothing, its a scam, its literally just a sticker. the only signal boosters that you will see that work are external antennas.
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Old 05-11-2008, 09:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I heard that if you get 2 signal boosters you can get twice the reception. Also, if you stick them behind your ears you can hear twice as far. LOL.

Seriousely though. They are a big scam. The cost on them is like 20 cents so it is a GREAT profit margin. If anyone wants them ill give you 50% off. Normally $20, NOW only $10!!!!! Call me! Tell all your friends!
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I heard that if you get 2 signal boosters you can get twice the reception. Also, if you stick them behind your ears you can hear twice as far. LOL.

Seriousely though. They are a big scam. The cost on them is like 20 cents so it is a GREAT profit margin. If anyone wants them ill give you 50% off. Normally $20, NOW only $10!!!!! Call me! Tell all your friends!
Bret, why would you sell them for $10 when your competition is selling them for only $5!

Guy selling them for $5
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Haha, damn, rolled. Should've seen it coming.
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I am amazed to see that going on here lol, i figured this board was all serious. "internets is serious business"
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Has anyone had any experience with a signal booster for their curve?
From what I've heard its just a little sticker that you apply to the inside of the microphone cover.
If anyone has had the signal booster, did you notice any better reception, or any areas where you have gotten more bars when you've had fewer before the signal booster?
I've got a signal booster, I call it the Curve 8320 on T-Mobile with UMA
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