Does MicroCell interfere with WiFi?

Does MicroCell interfere with WiFi?

The MicroCell does not interfere with Wi-Fi routers, provided it is installed properly. Users can browse Internet with their computer while using an AT wireless device connected to a Micro Cell to make a call.

Why is MicroCell not working?

Turn your cell phone off and then turn it back on. If restarting your 3G, 4G or 4G LTE cell phone does not resolve the issue, then restart your MicroCell. Unplug the power adapter from the wall outlet, wait 10 seconds, then plug it back in. It may take an additional 30 minutes for the Network light to turn solid green.

Is AT MicroCell discontinued?

As of December 31st, 2017, the AT MicroCell has been discontinued. If you own a MicroCell and rely on it for placing calls at your home or at your office, now may be the time to start thinking about replacing it.

Does AT MicroCell need Internet?

The MicroCell needs to be connected to a landline internet service to work. An AT cell phone signal booster DOES NOT require landline internet connection to help enhance your service nor does it requires monthly fees. If you have any type of signal, it will boost it and give you more bars.

What replaced the AT MicroCell?

There is no replacement policy now for the MicroCell. AT stopped selling them at the end of 2017 because the MicroCell had reached its EOL., Once the service goes offline your only option will be to use WiFi-C, purchase a cellular booster, or switch carriers.

How do I know if my MicroCell is working?

Turn your cell phone off and then turn it back on. Make sure your 3G, 4G or 4G LTE cell phone is on the approved user list for your MicroCell. Go to and manage your settings. YES: Your MicroCell is active and your device is connected successfully.

How can I tell if my MicroCell is working?

It can take up to 90 minutes for your MicroCell to fully activate, and it may restart. You’ll know it’s ready to go when the network light stops flashing.

Does AT offer free signal booster?

The good news is that we’re shipping you a new FREE AT Cell Booster to replace your 3G Microcell. You can start enjoying better indoor coverage as soon as you activate it. You should receive your free replacement device in the next few weeks. Once you get it, follow the setup instructions included in the box.

How can I get a free AT MicroCell?

It used to be possible to get AT’s MicroCell device for free by threatening to cancel your service. However, the AT MicroCell has been discontinued as of December 2017. At this time, it is not possible to get an AT signal booster for free.

Why is my AT signal so weak?

The Culprits of Poor AT Signal. Much of AT’s signal strength comes down to how many towers you have in your area and the frequencies the company operates those towers at. This determines both how strong your connection is and how much throughput, or bandwidth, you get from it.

How do I know if my AT MicroCell is working?

Your device is configured and working properly when: You receive a text message and an email confirmation. The Network light on your MicroCell is solid and green. Your cell phone shows “AT MicroCell” or “AT M-Cell” instead of “AT” as the network provider (as shown below).

Why is my phone not connecting to my Mcell?

You need to completely turn the phone off, wait a couple of minutes, and then turn it back on so that it can register the MicroCell as being part of its cellular neighborhood. You may need to disable LTE and see if that works.

What is an AT microcell?

The AT MicroCell acts like a mini cell tower in your home and connects to your existing broadband Internet service. You receive improved cell signal performance for voice calls, texts, and cellular data applications like picture messaging and Web surfing. AT has discontinued sales of new AT MicroCells.

Who manufactures microcell?

AT sold 3 models of MicroCell, all manufactured by Cisco. The model numbers for the three devices were: DPH-151, DPH-153, and DPH-154.

What is the range of a microcell?

You receive improved cell signal performance for voice calls, texts, and cellular data applications like picture messaging and Web surfing. The signal range is approximately 40 feet from the base station (in all directions), or about 5,000 square feet. How do I buy a MicroCell if I don’t already have one?

How do I activate and Manage my AT microcell?

Download the free AT MicroCell app to activate and manage your MicroCell. Data rates may apply for app download and use. Don’t have an AT MicroCell? Try Wi-Fi Calling 1 to talk and text in areas where it’s hard for even a strong cellular signal to reach. 1 Learn more about Wi-Fi Calling. Go to AT MicroCell Online Management.