[Just Released!] Understanding & Optimizing Your Cellular Data Performance

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Connectivity challenged nomads are constantly wishing for just a bit more range, or just a bit more speed.

But seeking to understand all the things that can impact your cellular signal can quickly becoming overwhelming - and optimizing effectively is often anything but simple.

It is little wonder that people end up focused on the simplest indicator they can find - the signal strength bars.

One bar bad, five bars good - right?

But bars are only the tip of the iceberg - and when it comes to actual performance it is not at all unusual for a one bar signal to outperform five.

And sometimes the simplest tweaks can make a huge difference in your real-world performance, even though the bars may not change a bit.

Focus on the speeds, and save the bars for enjoying a cold one after a hard day surfing online.

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