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    Network Cell Info & Wifi is temporarily FREE on Google Play

    How I usually keep/own a temporarily free app on Google Play:



    Which app to use is a personal preference, but the "Contains Ads" version has 5,000,000+ Installs.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...s.cellinfolite

    I usually use SignalCheck Lite: Shows LTE band, but no 5G info.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ignalchecklite

    Recently I tried NetMonster: No ads, strange cell site locations.
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...zis.netmonster

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    Thanks for posting this! Just to clarify, of the apps you listed, do you recommend Network Cell Info & Wifi, which is temporarily FREE on Google Play?

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    Sorry about the confusion, I was not making a recommendation for or against it.

    I just wanted to share that it is temporarily free, so might as well get it so it is available when one wants to try apps like it the next time.

    I usually won't consider an app that "Contains Ads".

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    Thank you.

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    Lightbulb

    I use following apps for similar purpose:
    Opensignal
    FCC Speed Test

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    Thank you, still free today, 5/16/2022

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    It's still free as of May 25.

    I found two apps, the currently-free one has a "Lite" in its name. The paid one is $1.99. The difference seems to be that the Lite app contains ads while the paid one doesn't.

    I usually just ignore the ads in the KAIBITS' Network Signal Info app that I have used. Free trumps everything for me
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