Introducing the Commtel 4G upgrade range, we're LTE!

At Commtel, our vision is to continue to lead the market in door entry and access control solutions. We cater for domestic, commercial and public sector applications, making entry and exit systems ranging from simple to completely bespoke systems. 

We are pleased to announce that our GSM products have been upgraded from 2G to 4G (LTE). This includes the ML range (Multi-Layer), meaning that our intercoms will have a better frequency, remaining more efficient and reliable. The ML range comes with a newly developed backbox, a new and improved keypad and a new 4G LTE board.

So, what does this mean? By elevating the range and using the latest equipment available, you'll have a better chance of gaining a signal when others are struggling with their network due to overcrowding of the frequency bands. 4G covers a greater bandwidth which means that if 4G is not available then the intercom will automatically connect to the 3G and 2G services, and will be faster and clearer than a standard 2G only module.

Alan, CEO and founder of Commtel, said: "At Commtel, we continue to develop using the latest technology available in both our products and network services. We will always aspire to improve and overcome issues which cannot be foreseen. We are always committed to providing our clients with a lifelong product, ensuring we have a transparent and strong relationship with you, so whatever issues you may have, we'll seek the answers."

Our recent client, Dedicated Systems, were one of the first to trial the new 4G pre-production boards. The 2G boards from each unit were swapped out for a 4G alternative, replacing the original 2G aerials for 4G ones. Using the same SIM, both units were able to register a far stronger signal without frequent failures.

We have another client, Hannah Wride, Service and Maintenance Supervisor at Gate-a-Mation, who switched to our 4G product and they said: "We had a commercial site in NW1 which we installed a Telguard millennium to replace a very old hardwired system that had completely failed. The initial 2G installation was completed in April 2019 and due to lack of signal reliability, after much toing and froing, looking at options such as moving the aerial etc, which was not possible, we switched it to 4G and the results have been fantastic."

LTE embraces a wider range of signals, simply making it stronger, uncomplicated and overall, a better experience for users, as LTE can be used anywhere that a single signal can be found.

For any enquiries regarding Commtel's products or services, please contact the sales team at sales@commtel-uk.com


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