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Signal Jammer Frequenies for Italy

Signal Jammer Frequenies for Italy

Mobile communications in Italy are  rather advance and   developing really fast. They even say that it is  impossible to find an   Italian without a cell phone, they seem to be  born with them. There is   one special thing you should know, if we are  talking about mobile   communications in Italy is that Italians often  send each other so called   telephone greetings - “squillo”. It is a  call that lasts one dial tone   signal. The one who receives such a call  won't physically be able to   answer the call, but he or she will know,  that some of his or her   relatives or friends thinks about them. In  other occasions, such a   squillo call may be use as the call back  request.


Well, mobile communications in Italy  are presented with   three major standards, they are: GSM, 3G and  4G.  GSM works with   900/1800 MHz frequency and that is universal frequency  for all European   countries. Also, that frequency may be used for cell  tower   triangulation, so if you are going to Italy and would like to  block   mobile phones – make sure that your GSM jammer supports 900/1800  MHz   frequency, otherwise it won't simply work there.


3G is based on HSPA+ standard, uses  2100 MHz frequency   and provides really good data transferring speeds,  although, it may work   slower in densely populated areas and big  cities. 4G works with LTE   standard, the frequencies here are the same  as in USA, 785 MHz. But we   have to mention that fourth generation is  not so well developed in   Italy, major providers have just recently  started building 4G networks.   Also we should mention that mobile  Internet there is rather cheap, so it   will be wise to get a local SIM  card.


3G is available at all major cities and  the data   transferring speed is at least 7,2 Mbit/sec., which is quite  well. In   smaller cities speeds may drop as well, but the network  quality is   enough for comfortable web surfing and using various VoIP  services, such   as Skype. As, we've already said, the prices, are  rather low, it may   vary between 2 Euro per hour and 150 Euro for an  unlimited access. The   most convenient thing here that you do not pay  for the traffic, just for   the time you've spent on the web.


Now, Italy has a couple of big,  standalone mobile   carriers. The most popular are Vodafone, Wind, Tim  and Tre. The prices   are not really different, as well as the coverage.  So people prefer to   chose carriers with best service. There are also  lots of virtual   carriers, that simply use the networks and equipment  of the bigger   companies.


All the carriers are using standard  mobile protocols,   except Tre. That provider works better with VoIP  services and an   ordinary smartphone won't be able to work in their  network. You will   have to buy a special mobile device to work with  them.


In order to connect any mobile carrier,  you will have to   get to one of their offices and sing up a contract.  You'll need any   paper, that is able to approve your identity, such as  passport, driver's   license, etc and a special “Codice Fiscale” that's  your tax number and   it is not required for tourists.


So, as you can see mobile  communications in Italy are   rather well advanced. So, if you'll be in  Italy, your mobile phone   jammer will work and you will be able to  block communications and all   those “squillos” you will surely receive!