The country of Holland packs in a host of amazing spectacles and sights for you to soak in. if you are a globetrotter then no world tour is complete without a pit stop at this cosy little country of Holland, or as many of you may be more familiar with, Netherlands. Even if you are a resident who has clocked in a few years in the country, you will still be awestruck by the sheer beauty that the country holds within its borders.
If you are into exploring places and need to know the best tool to help you get around, then you needn’t look anywhere further than your own pockets- your cell phone. There is very little that your cell phone cannot do nowadays. If you want to read reviews of the best restaurants near you after a long morning of sight-seeing, then simply check your phone. If you want the direction to the next spot, then simply check your phone. Do you need something specific, like a cab ride? That too can be solved by checking your phone!
The issue turns sour the minute you lose reception, or your phone struggles to establish one. What do you do then? We will be looking through simple ways to boost mobile phone reception in Holland. Read on…
Switch Your Phone To Aeroplane Mode And Back
Your cell phone in a bid to save battery, hooks to a single cell tower and doesn’t change the tower every other minute. Even if there is a cell tower near you that has a better signal strength, your phone might not connect to it and will continue to connect to the much weaker cell tower. To forcibly make your phone switch to the tower with the better signal, simply turn the airplane mode ON/OFF. If not that, then simply restart your phone. Your phone will begin searching afresh and you will have better luck having good cell reception.
Do Some Groundwork And Change Network Providers
Have an international network provider that offers good reception when you are traveling to new countries. It may be that you may have to switch to another network provider, either because there are too few cell towers to cover the area you are under, or because the network load due to the number of connected users is far too much.
You can expect to save yourself from most reception problems by employing one of the two changes. Stay connected to the grid. Bon Voyage!