on June 24, 2016 James N
Doesn't matter who you are. It's a problem that affects us all.
Maybe you're off the grid somewhere in your remote cabin. Or you're an RV enthusiast parked at the campground. Or maybe just a YouTube, Netflix, & video junkie living in the city.
You've got poor cell phone signal. And it's disturbing your life.
At this point, you're either mastering new yoga poses to catch some signal or you've done your research and know that a cell phone signal booster is capable of relieving you of the frustration.
A cell phone booster takes weak 3G & 4G signals and amplifies it multiple times (like a shot of cellular adrenaline) and provides better signal, more bars, and the complete service you deserve to get crystal clear calls, reliable reception, and fast internet.
But there's a slight problem.
Yes, you already know that Wilson Electronics & weBoost are the leading signal boosters in North America. Yes, you've read the reviews, all the negatives and positives. And yes, you're pretty sure a signal booster will get the coverage you need. But that cost issue again.
Well, worry no more.
Wilson Amplifiers is proud to announce our newly refurbished weBoost cell phone signal booster program.
In fact, many of our refurbished signal boosters are generally open-box and/or clearance items.
All refurb units are backed by our 30-day money back guarantee and 1-year manufacturer's warranty.
Here are our top 5 recommendations for buildings (home, cabin, cottage, etc.) and vehicles.
The weBoost Connect 4G has always been the most popular booster, the Goldilocks model between the weBoost Home 4G (coverage 50 sq ft to 250 sq ft) and the weBoost Connect 4G-X (coverage 1,500 sq ft to 7,000 sq ft).
People living in rural areas will find smaller square foot coverage while people living in urban areas will find slightly higher square foot coverage, because cell tower distance is usually the biggest problem in the countryside and building impedance is usually the biggest obstacle for the city.
IMPORTANT: Sq ft coverage is depending on the outside signal. Learn more about finding the right signal booster to make better and more informed decisions.
The weBoost Home 4G is an entry-level 3G & 4G signal booster advertised for 1-2 room coverage, but real-world results show it better suited as a desktop area signal booster.
However, if you already have decent signal outside but building material is blocking it from coming in, the weBoost Home 4G is a very good starter kit. Recommended for SOHO (single office, home office), apartments, and smaller coverage areas. Not recommended for remote, rural areas; try the weBoost Connect 4G.
The weBoost Home 3G is an entry-level 3G signal booster. Like its 4G cousin, the Connect 4G, coverage area ranges from desktop area to 1 room depending on the outside signal.
If talk & text are your primary uses for getting better signal, then a 3G booster is all you really need.
However, if you need fast high-speed internet, then future-proof with the Home 4G.
The weBoost Drive 4G-M is the bestselling signal booster for cars. Able to pick up signal while driving, it's an all-around performer for the city and the countryside.
For those in extreme cases of poor signal, I'd recommend the Drive 4G-X which is able to reach farther to the cell tower.
The Wilson Sleek 4G is a last-gen model with the same guts and performance as the weBoost models. The Sleek 4G is a cradle signal booster. This means the phone has to be sitting in the cradle to get amplified signal, so great for talk, text, and fast internet.
And when paired with a Home & Office Accessory Kit, it's able to be used as an average desktop booster, although not quite as powerful as a dedicated building signal booster.
See our Refurbished & Clearance Items Page for the rest of the deals.
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