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This portable antenna makes sure your phone never loses signal

If you've ever been at a music festival where too many people are trying to use their phones, or wandered away from your friends on a hike, you're probably familiar with the drag of losing cell service. Daniela Perdomo, CEO and co-founder of the communications startup goTenna, actually despises it. "When you go to Coachella, your text messages should not go to a tower," Perdomo tells Business Insider.
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