on September 02, 2015 James N
AT&T is the 2nd biggest cell phone carrier in America with the strongest 4G LTE network in the nation. Of course, you'll only get strong 4G or 3G if (and a big if) you're getting very good signal from the cell tower.
And if you're reading this article, then most likely, you're looking to boost your poor cell signal.
First, let's explain why you're getting low bars and poor reception.
Cell phone signals are radio waves that span great distances but are interrupted by almost everything under the sun.
First it has to wrestle with outside interference:trees, hills, mountains, and tall structures like buildings and urban crowding. Then it has squeeze through building material such as thick concrete and brick, metal, glass, radiant barrier, and other conductive material (electrical or magnetic).
By the time the signal reaches to your cell phone, it's weak and erratic leading to limited coverage and spotty reception. You'll raise your phone in the air hoping the antenna will pick up something, hanging on to that one bar of 3G or 4G if you're lucky.
Everything changes with an AT&T Signal Booster.
An AT&T Signal Booster takes the existing weak signal, amplifies it multiple times up to 32X, and then rebroadcasts the boosted signal to an area in need in your home or car. Stronger signal and more bars!
Boosted signal means:
A cell phone signal booster is not a MicroCell. An AT&T MicroCell requires that you have a landline internet connection to help enhance your service. Although AT&T will advertise it as a personal cell tower, it basically means you're paying extra for something you should already be getting.
An AT&T cell phone booster DOES NOT require landline internet or monthly landline internet fees. It takes the existing signal you're getting, boosting it up to 32X, and then extending the signal inside your home or car.
If you're truly looking to cut the cord, a signal booster is your answer.
There are many reputable brands that design and create FCC-certified signal boosters, but one US manufacturer has been a leader in boosting cellular signals. weBoost by Wilson Electronics.
Best-in-class cell phone signal boosters for AT&T for your all-in-one solution for constant connection, better service, and more bars.
No more dropped calls, no more stuck text messages, and slow internet. Get better voice quality and performance you deserve for convenience, play, business, or emergency.
All weBoost cell phone boosters are AT&T-approved. Even better, these cell phone signal boosters are carrier-proof, compatible with Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile, and other major carriers should you change providers.
And most importantly, they work on ALL phones (iPhone, Android, Samsung, LG, Blackberry etc.). If it uses cellular signals, it will work.
Whether you're in a remote rural area with an off-the-grid cabin or cottage or the big city with difficult-to-get-signal buildings, our recommended AT&T cell phone boosters get the job done. They'll extend your AT&T network signal with low-cost options for 1-2 rooms up to commercial coverage (10,000 sq ft) depending on your model and outside signal.
Our vehicle signal boosters also work for cars, sedans, RVs, and even boats.
Wilson Amplifiers is here to help you select the right AT&T signal booster. There's absolutely no risk to you:
If you are satisfied, we provide lifetime technical support and a 2-year warranty. And again, our US-based customer support is second to none. We understand there's no one-size-fits-all strategy and we listen to all the details before suggesting ways to get you better signal.
We offer best and realistic outcomes from years of experience dealing with weak reception and solving over 30,000 satisfied customers.
Our motto: "Provide solutions. Don't sell boxes."
Below are the six most popular AT&T wireless boosters, ranged from good, better, and best. These are ranked in two categories, cell phone booster for home and cell phone booster for car. Why be a servant to the cell tower? Bring the cell tower inside your home!
weBoost Home 4G for AT&T (470101)
The cheapest AT&T signal booster for home. Depending on the outside signal, you may get 1-2 room coverage under best conditions. But you're not here because of best conditions, so it's more realistic to say desktop to small room coverage. Most customers have told us they're much closer to the inside antenna than anticipated for better signal. Great option for single office, home office (SOHO) and small areas like cabins and apartments.
weBoost Connect 4G for AT&T (470103)
This is a very popular AT&T repeater. You may get 5,000 sq ft under best conditions depending on your current outside signal. Our customer reviews and surveys puts an average of 2,500-3,000 sq ft. Great option for most homes, small offices, farm houses, and buildings under 5,000 sq ft wide. If you're getting some spotty reception, we'd recommend to start with this first.
weBoost Connect 4G-X for AT&T (471104)
This is absolutely the most powerful AT&T 3G & 4G signal booster, extending coverage & service range up to 10,000 sq ft. Users with poor to mediocre outside signal can at least expect 5,500 sq ft of coverage although if you're on the fringe of a dead zone, you could expect less. If you have extremely poor signal (remote area) or need wide coverage (multistory buildings), the weBoost Connect 4G-X is your new best friend.
weBoost Drive 4G-S for AT&T (470107)
Very versatile car cell phone signal booster. Cheap price. Can be placed on the dashboard. When paired with a bluetooth headset, it really shines. Smartphone has to be in the cradle for maximum signal boost. Might be a tight fit on wider smartphones.
weBoost Drive 4G-M for AT&T (470108)
The most popular car signal booster. Slim outside antenna to pick up signal. Indiscreet inside antenna to broadcast signal. Majority of customers say they're getting at least 2 to 3 more bars. A few did say they have to be closer to the inside antenna than anticipated to get more bars and amplified signal.
weBoost Drive 4G-X for AT&T (470510)
You probably did a double-take. What's the difference between the Drive 4G-X and Drive 4G-M other than a letter change? Three words: maximum output power. Yes, both models have a cap at +50 dB gain. However, the weBoost Drive 4G-X has more output power. In fact, it's right at the edge legally allowed by the FCC. These results in more reach from the outside antenna to the cell tower. Perfect for extremely rural areas.
Email us today (email@example.com) and let us hear your frustrations and stories. A certified signal booster expert will figure out the best options to help you. Or call us 1-800-568-2723 and listen to our sweet Texan accent & love for Keurig coffee makers.
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