Are mobile signal boosters legal in the UK?
Today’s blog discusses the question on many organisations lips when they begin the process of enhancing their indoor cellular coverage:
‘Are mobile signal boosters legal in the UK?’
The short answer to this question is yes, mobile signal boosters are legal in the UK.
Now, it would be far too informal and not fully correct to end this insight here. That is because yes, although mobile signal boosters are legal in the UK, they are subject to stringent regulatory requirements.
These regulations must be adhered to, and to be on the right side of the law you cannot purchase just any mobile signal boosters even though they may seem to be easily available.
What are the UK regulations surrounding mobile signal boosters in the UK?
The regulatory body responsible for mobile signal boosters is OFCOM, the UK’s communications regulator. Mobile signal boosters are subject to the regulations set out in the Wireless Telegraphy Act (2006).
At DIS (Data Installation & Supplies) we are proud to source our mobile signal booster kit/ equipment from the only OFCOM approved company in the UK, Nextivity.
Due to this partnership and that with other UK installation partners we have the facility to be able to survey your site, provide and install the required equipment inside your workplace, with the outcome being reliable cellular coverage for your organisation, whilst remaining compliant with the Wireless Telegraphy Act (2006) and compatible with the Mobile Network Operators.
If you would like to talk to us to discuss your organisation’s requirements for improved indoor cellular coverage, please contact Data Installation & Supplies on 01274 869 099 or firstname.lastname@example.org and our team of experienced engineers will be able to provide you with further details, specifically to your organisation’s needs.