The Importance of Using Ofcom License-Exempt Repeaters
As of May 2022, Ofcom has authorised the use of our static indoor repeaters without a license, provided they meet specified technical requirements. All of our products available here meet these requirements. This development allows repeaters that can amplify signals from multiple mobile operators simultaneously. It's crucial to understand that the use of non-compliant devices remains illegal and Ofcom can legally require you to remove illegal devices at your own cost.
Why Choose Ofcom License-Exempt Products?
All of our products fall within the range of Ofcom's license-exemption guidelines for repeaters, ensuring they adhere to the necessary technical standards. By choosing our signal boosters, you have the peace of mind knowing you are compliant with Ofcom regulations, even if you install the products yourself (self install products only).
The Risks of Non-Compliant Devices
Using illegal repeaters can lead to legal issues as well as unreliable service. Many of these devices are incorrectly marketed as compliant. We encourage you to refer to Ofcom's list of tested and compliant products which are available here.
Selecting the Right Repeater
While most domestic indoor repeaters are straightforward to install, many commercial installations require professional assistance, particularly if the outdoor signal is exceptionally weak or your building is very large. Our team can guide you through the selection and installation process, ensuring you get the best possible indoor coverage.
Verifying Legality and Compliance
Should you have any doubts regarding the legality of a repeater, feel free to contact us for advice. Additionally, Ofcom offers a market surveillance email for queries on repeater legality (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ensuring your indoor mobile signal booster is Ofcom license-exempt is not just a matter of compliance but also of guaranteeing optimal performance. Explore our range of compliant, easy-to-install repeaters today and experience uninterrupted mobile connectivity indoors.