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7 Best Verizon Signal Boosters for Home, Office, and Car

Verizon has one of the largest and fastest 4G LTE networks in USA. However, there are times when poor coverage and spotty service affects you every day.

Lucky for you, there's a simple solution: just boost your Verizon 3G & 4G LTE signals.

So let's look at the top 5 reasons why you're getting poor reception and why it probably won't get better.

See complete Verizon signal booster kits for your situation:

The Problem:


Cell phone signals are radio waves, the AM-FM kind. And like all wind and waves, they easily go in different directions without notice. Almost anything under the sun can change, absorb, and block your Verizon service. Here are top 5 examples:

  • Cell tower distance
  • Outside interference: Trees, hills, mountains, valleys, and tall structures.
  • Building material: Metal, glass, concrete, brick, radiant barrier, and other conductive material (electrical or magnetic).
  • Internal building obstructions: Thick walls, plaster, drywall, and other electrical devices & clutter, etc.
  • Even weather (yup).

Any combination of these problems can drastically reduce your service. And don't think cell tower distance is only a rural or countryside problem. It's also a big factor in the city, too.

That's because many cell towers in the city transmit signal at a lower power than rural cell towers, because carriers want to avoid interference with other cell towers. So while cell towers in the countryside can broadcast for miles, in the city, it might just be several hundred yards.

But in any case, doesn't matter if you're urban or rural area, poor cell phone signal affects us all. And if you have anything metal like a roof or thick external and internal walls, you'll be searching for reception all day.


The Solution:


A cell phone signal booster takes any existing 3G & 4G signal and amplifies up to 32X and then rebroadcasts the boosted signal into the home, office, or car.

It's simple: more bars, better service.

  • Better Coverage: Think of a signal booster like a megaphone. It takes what you have and multiplies the performance.
  • Reliable Reception: No more dropped calls, spotty service, and low quality calls.
  • Consistent Service: Fast internet data, uploads, and downloads.

Best Type of Signal Boosters:


Our recommended signal boosters are very versatile:

  • Works for all Verizon & subsidiaries (TracFone, Straight Talk, Boom! Mobile, etc).
  • Future proof: Also boosts signal for AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and other major carriers.
  • Works for all phones & cellular devices.
  • Complete kits, easy to install.
  • No monthly fees, no need to connect to wifi.

For homes, 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 cell phone boosters get the job done. They'll extend your Verizon network signal with low-cost options for 1-2 rooms up to 7,500 sq ft coverage depending on your model and outside signal.

Our vehicle signal boosters work for cars, sedans, RVs, and even boats.

Enterprise Verizon signal boosters cover up to 100,000+ sq ft buildings, although it takes a dedicated team of installers and planners to get the absolute best service.

Why be a servant to the cell tower? Bring the cell tower inside your home! Below are our top recommendations.



Verizon Cell Phone Signal Booster For Home


Our Pick

  • Whole home coverage:
    Improves 4G LTE & 3G coverage up to 5,000 sq ft (most homes).
  • Most popular home booster:
    Trusted by hundreds of thousands of people across rural & urban America.
  • High-powered range: Up to +65 dB gain for 32X stronger signal.

Our Review:

The weBoost Connect 4G has been the most recommended home booster four years in a row for good reason. It's a dependable performer that covers most homes for better service.

The average home size in North America is around 2,500 sq ft. Under absolute best conditions, the Connect 4G covers up to 5,000 sq ft with great outside signal and an open-spaced layout home.

Real world results and customer reviews put it around 2,500 to 3,000 sq ft, a little less for rural areas.

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 since this tends to be the Goldilocks or "just right" model.

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  • 90 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

Upgrade

  • Whole home coverage:
    Improves 4G LTE & 3G coverage up to 7,500 sq ft (large buildings).
  • For Large Building Coverage:
    Trusted by hundreds of thousands of people across rural & urban America.
  • High-powered range: Up to +70 dB gain for 32X stronger signal.

Our Review:

The weBoost Connect 4G-X is absolutely the most powerful consumer line booster you can get. With an additional +5 dB over the Connect 4G, it's roughly a shade over 3x more powerful.

Best case scenarios can expect coverage up to 7,500 sq ft. More likely results can at least expect 4,000-5,000 sq ft even with below average outside signal. Again, fringe zones can expect a little less.

If you have extremely poor signal (remote area) or need wide coverage for a building 5,000 sq ft and over like a warehouse, the weBoost Connect 4G-X is your new best friend.

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  • 90 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

Budget

  • 1-2 room coverage:
    Improves 4G LTE & 3G coverage up to 1,500 sq ft.
  • High-powered range: Up to +60 dB gain for 32X stronger signal.

Our Review:

The weBoost Home 4G is a nice cheap option if you're on a budget and only need spot coverage.

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 (about 250 to 500 sq ft).

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. Good starter kit if you have decent outside signal but doesn't cover the whole home and not a strong performer in rural areas with poor signal.

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  • 90 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

Verizon Cell Phone Signal Booster For Car


Our Pick

  • Boosts Voice, Text, 3G & 4G LTE Data
  • For multiple cell devices
  • Up to +50 dB Gain

Our Review:

The weBoost Drive 4G-M is the most popular & recommended car signal booster in North America.

A slim outside antenna picks up signal. An indiscreet inside antenna (usually Velcroed to the driver seat) broadcasts signal inside. You have to be about an arm's length to get the boosted signal, so it's best for your typical sedan, truck, or SUV.

Majority of customers in the city say they're getting at least 2 to 3 more bars. For off-the-grid areas, a few did say they have to be closer to the inside antenna than anticipated to get more bars and amplified signal. Boosts signal for up to 4 devices.

Updated: The new & improved version of the weBoost Drive 4G-M features a stronger inside antenna with +5.1 dB gain compared to the +4.3 dB gain of the previous model (# 470108). Links have been updated to point to the new version.

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  • 90 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

Upgrade

  • Boosts Voice, Text Message, 3G & 4G LTE Data
  • For multiple cell devices
  • Up to +50 dB Gain
  • Pro Model: 60% More reach from and to cell tower

Our Review:

The weBoost Drive 4G-X has 2x the uplink power compared to the Drive 4G.

So that means about 30-60% more reach to the cell tower than your typical car booster.

For drivers in extremely rural or poor signal areas, the Drive 4G-X is the first option to look at. Boosts signal for up to 4 devices.

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  • 90 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

Budget

  • Boosts Voice, Text Messages, 3G & 4G LTE Data
  • For a single smartphone
  • Up to +23 dB Gain

Our Review:

The weBoost Drive Sleek is about price and performance for the single user.

It uses a magnetic vent mount and when paired with a bluetooth headset, it really shines for regular talk & text and hands-free navigation.

Smartphone has to be in the cradle to get maximum signal boost. New design allows for wider smartphones and small tablets.

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  • 90 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

Verizon Cell Phone Signal Booster For Commercial Buildings


Our Pick

  • Boosts Voice, Text Messages, 3G & 4G LTE Data
  • For Commercial Building
  • Up to +70 dB Gain

Our Review:

There are many cellular solutions for buildings with a range from 25K to 100K sq ft. This model happens to be the sweet spot with best coverage up to 35,000 sq ft. Many of our professional installers and their enterprise customers have been happy with this one.

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  • 30 Day money back guarantee.
  • Lifetime support.

FAQ


1. Is a Verizon Signal Booster the same thing as a Verizon Network Extender?

No. They're completely different products.

A Verizon Network Extender needs to be connected to a broadband landline internet to work. In short, it acts as a personal cell tower by converting your broadband landline to cell signals and vice versa.

A Verizon Signal Booster takes your pre-existing weak cell signals, and amplifies that 3G & 4G LTE into your home, office, or car. Think of it like a megaphone, it enhances the signal for your phone to pick up.

2. Which is better: Verizon Signal Booster or Verizon Network Extender?

A Verizon Signal Booster and here's why:

A Verizon Network Extender needs internet (in-home WiFi router) to work. It requires a minimum speed up of 10 Mbps downlink and 5 Mbps uplink to provide reliable service.

But here are the pitfalls:

  • First, you need to have a broadband landline internet from an internet service provider such as Xfinity, Fios, Cox, AT&T Fiber, etc. to use a Network Extender.
  • Second, you need minimum speeds at 10Mpbs download, 5 Mpbs upload for it work properly.
  • Third, your smartphone can use WiFi calling instead and it's technically free.

But if you don't have a landline internet service provider nor have access to it–especially rural areas, then a Verizon booster is the best choice, since it doesn't require any type of internet or WiFi service to work.

It simply reaches farther to the nearest cell tower, bypasses multiple interference, and brings stronger signal to your phone.

3. Will a Verizon Signal Booster also improve my Verizon hotspot device?

Absolutely.

Verizon mobile hotspot routers use 3G & 4G LTE signals, and that's what signal boosters do: enhance 3G & 4G LTE signal!

From the Verizon Jetpack to MiFi, it'll get better signal and speeds, especially if the Verizon 4G router has an external antenna port that can directly connect to the Verizon signal booster.

4. Will a Verizon Signal Booster work with my Verizon phone?

Yes, yes, and yes.

Whether it's an iPhone, Galaxy, Pixel, or any phone, if it's working on the Verizon network, then a signal booster will also improve reception to your phone.

5. What if I switch carriers in the future?

Our Verizon signal boosters from Wilson Electronics (weBoost & WilsonPro) are multi-carrier systems. This means they are also compatible with AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, US Cellular, and other major and local carriers.

They are future-proof!

6. What about Verizon 5G service?

Yeah... about that.

The 5G standard has not been officially set by the 3GPP. Therefore carriers like Verizon and AT&T are pre-building our their 5G services by upgrading their current 4G LTE and giving it names like 5G Evolution, First on 5G, 5G+,etc.

But no, it's not the real 5G. It's pre-5G, fake 5G– it's literally 4G LTE on steroids.

The real 5G should launch by the end of 2020.

7. Will 5G make my Verizon signal booster obsolete?

Nope.

4G LTE is still being built out across North America. If fact, 4G LTE is the backbone of the nation's wireless service. It's not going anywhere anytime soon, AND it's getting faster.

4G LTE is expected to peak in 2030-2035. So...come back in a decade and ask the same question and we might hava a different answer by then.


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