The Telstra Cel-Fi GO Building Pack is ideal for houses and small buildings such as shop fronts, retail and convenience stores, temporary construction offices, demountable structures / dongas, and more.
Yes, you can. There may be rare occasions where a single service antenna (one that provides your phone with signal) is not adequate enough to cover an area. This could be due to the building size, structure or the fact you want signal inside and outside. Chat to our team if you would like to know more.
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Cel-Fi GO will boost a single band at a time: 3G(850) or 4G(700 or 1800). It is highly recommended to leave the GO in 3G mode to ensure voice calls are received. Voice on 4G (VoLTE) will only work with selected carriers – please check with your provider.
Yes Cel-Fi has been approved by Telstra, Optus and Vodafone” for use on their 3G & 4G networks in Australia
Cel-Fi GO is a type of inline repeater that picks up weak signal from an external antenna and rebroadcasts it at full strength from its service antenna. Cel-Fi GO models in this section are designed and approved for use on the Telstra mobile network.
The GO operates on Telstra’s main 3G, 4G, and soon 5G bands. For those in weak signal areas the main frequency band used is B28 700 MHz, which you might have heard called ‘Telstra 4GX’. This is a long range 4G service which has replaced the ageing Telstra 3G network.
For most of us the Cel-Fi GO will be automatically set to boost Telstra 700 MHz to provide a strong 5-bar mobile phone signal inside the car, boat, caravan, or building.
Unlike the PRO model, GO is an inline repeater, which means it sits in between the external (donor) antenna and internal (service) antenna and has the sole job of amplifying the signal power. This makes it very simple and easy to install. It’s also one tough nugget, it’s built with a solid cast aluminium chassis and is IP54-rated so it can handle moisture and dust.
Cel-Fi GO G31 is single band, meaning it can rebroadcast one Telstra channel at a time. For most of us this just means choosing between 3G or 4G, but for more advanced building installations this means the technician may measure and select between a few frequencies to provide the best possible service.