said by pnh102:
I wouldn't mind the use of in-home boosters provided by the cell phone carrier, but these should be provided at no extra charge to the customer, as it compensating for a defect in the service.
Most carriers will provide one free of charge. As long as you show you get a crappy signal from them in your home, they will typically provide one for free.
But if you have a halfway decent signal, no one should be expecting the carrier to provide it for free, since it's not really needed.