on January 05, 2015 James N
In many ways, the 21st century and our leading technologies resemble the wild wild west. The emergence of smartphones, internet, internet of things, and wearables are still in its infancy and far from its potential. We’re all townsfolk watching from our favorite tavern as one upstart hotshot comes and goes with six-shooters blazing.
In one particular arena, things are heating up. With the rise of cell phones and the need of an always on, always connected world, the wireless communication industry is constantly evolving to meet demands.
For Wilson Electronics, the challenge to match and exceed consumer expectations has finally led to reinvent the path and start afresh with a new name.
A BRIEF HISTORY OF WILSON ELECTRONICS (NOW CALLED WEBOOST)
Wilson Electronics is the leading manufacturer of cell phone signal boosters in North America. Cell phone signal boosters amplify weak 3G & 4G signals from and to your cell phone, eliminating dropped calls, poor voice quality, and slow data internet speeds. They work on all phones with all carriers.
The company has over 40 years of wireless communication experience and has grown significantly the past few years. With origins from CB radios to now cell phones, Jim Wilson, the founder of Wilson Electronics, had seen and anticipated the change and realized that outside professional investment was key to bring the company into the mainstream.
After being acquired by Sorenson Capital, Wilson Electronics is now poised to put out the lawlessness of poor signals and weak reception and gain more visibility across the globe, especially in North America and Asia.
weBoost isn’t a mere rebranding. It’s the accumulation of Jim Wilson’s vision, the company’s storied experience, and anticipation for the future as cell phone signal boosters become a greater necessity for big businesses and everyday consumers.
weBoost cell phone signal boosters come in two categories: home signal boosters and vehicle signal boosters. Home signal boosters are usually fixed installations but offer more power for homes, offices, cabins, farms, stations, warehouses, and other large areas. Vehicle signal boosters are simple plug-and-play installations with versatile antennas that pick up weak signal from all directions for cars, boats, trucks, and RVs.
THE REASON WHY YOU ALWAYS GET LOW BARS
Despite the tremendous growth of cell phones and wireless internet service and connection, it’s a growing problem on multiple fronts for service providers like AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, & Sprint. There aren’t enough cell phone towers. They are being overwhelmed in the cities and underperform in rural or remote areas when they are too far away from your cell phone.
What happens when a cell tower is overworked?
And even if there were enough cell towers to met demand, there’s a bigger problem most people don’t consider: 80% of cell phone calls are made indoors. The signal from the cell tower to your phone has to combat elements like trees, buildings, and weather elements before reaching your home, and then it has to penetrate metal roofs, thick brick walls, energy-efficient windows, and internal clutter before finally reaching your phone.
weBoost cell phone signal boosters work by pulling in the existing weak signal and amplifying it multiple times with the company’s patented technology and then rebroadcasting the enhanced signal directly to an area in need.
All their signal boosters are made and tested in the US for the highest standard. weBoost is confident in their products that they offer a 2 year warranty and 30 day no-questions-asked money back guarantee. They even worked with the FCC and other cellular service providers to establish the current regulation for certified cell phone signal boosters, because a non-certified signal booster has a chance to disrupt signals from nearby cell towers and other users, therefore creating more problems and interfering with signals than enhancing it.
WHO USUALLY BUYS A WEBOOST CELL PHONE SIGNAL BOOSTER?
Signal boosters were initially popular for remote or rural areas for cottages, farms, and cabins, where distance from the cell tower was an issue. However, the need for better signals in urban areas has also gained in demand. Government and big business corporations have been using them for several years from hospital, airports, and police stations to Halliburton, General Electric, Exxon Mobile and many more.
But weBoost’s new goal is to introduce signal boosters to a wider audience who are unaware of the benefits of owning a signal booster for their home or car. Most consumers assume they are at the mercy of the carrier’s and their weak signal and service, when a signal booster can enhance their signal multiple times and end their misery of dropped calls and lost connections.
weBoost streamlines the technical and buying process into two categories: for home or for work. Prices start at consumer-friendly levels for those needing a signal boost without breaking the piggy bank to more professional grades for power users. So there’s a solution for everyone at every level, from the trucker to the RV enthusiast, from the single office, home office (SOHO) business to a corporation, for the 3G talk and text user to the 4G heavy data user. Everyone can always use better signals.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 3G VS 4G LTE SIGNAL BOOSTERS
On all North American cellular networks, 3G handles talk, text, and basic internet data. 4G does all of 3G functions and it does fast high-speed internet. Data-heavy or streaming apps such as YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, Pandora, Spotify, Facebook, Google Maps, Chrome, etc. requires lots of bandwidth, so 4G LTE speeds are suitable whereas 3G would have some difficulties.
3G (dual band) signal boosters amplify talk & text and basic internet data. People needing to boost their talk and text and eliminate dropped calls and stuck messages usually go with this option since it’s cheaper than the 4G amplifiers.
4G (5-band) signal boosters amplify talk & text and high-speed data. People needing to boost their talk, text, and get faster data speeds should consider a 4G booster, although they are more expensive
If you have a 4G LTE phone but are only looking to have a steady connection for clear calls and less dropped calls, then a 3G signal booster would do the job and save you money. If you have a 3G phone, you can definitely use a 4G signal booster for boosting talk and text and also future-proof when its time to get a 4G phone.
INTRODUCING WEBOOST’S NEW LINE OF SIGNAL BOOSTERS:
weBoost Vehicle Cell Phone Signal Boosters (For cars, trucks, vans, RVs, and boats.)
For single users in a car:
weBoost Drive 3G-S 470106 (formerly Wilson Sleek 3G 460106)
3G boost for a single user in a vehicle. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Drive 4G-S 470107 (formerly Wilson Sleek 4G 460107)
3G & 4G LTE boost for a single user in a vehicle. Enhances talk, text, and high-speed internet on all phones with all carriers.
For multi-users in a car:
weBoost Drive 3G-M 470102 (formerly Wilson Mobile 3G 460102)
3G boost for multiple users in a vehicle. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Drive 4G-M 470108 (formerly Wilson Mobile 4G 460108)
3G & 4G LTE boost for multiple users in a vehicle. Enhances talk, text, and high-speed internet on all phones with all carriers.
3G boost at maximum range for multiple users in a vehicle. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
3G & 4G LTE boost at maximum range for multiple users in a vehicle. Enhances talk, text, and high-speed internet on all phones with all carriers.
For users who want to use in car and at home:
weBoost Drive 3G-Flex 470113 (formerly Wilson MobilePro 3G 460113)
3G boost for multiple users in a vehicle and at home. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Building Cell Phone Signal Boosters (For homes, offices, cabins, apartments, and businesses.)
1-2 Room Coverage:
weBoost Home 3G 473105 (formerly Wilson DT3G 463105)
3G boost for a desktop or small workspace area. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Home 4G 470101 (formerly Wilson DT4G 460101)
3G & 4G LTE boost for a desktop or small workspace area. Enhances talk, text, and high-speed internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Connect 3G Omni 472105 (formerly Wilson DB Pro 3G Omni 462105)
3G boost for entire home, up to 5,000 sq ft. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Connect 3G Directional 472205 (formerly Wilson DB Pro 3G Directional 462205)
3G boost for entire home, up to 5,000 sq ft. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers. Outside antenna needs to be pointed at the cell tower.
weBoost Connect 4G 470103 (formerly Wilson DB Pro 4G 460103)
3G & 4G LTE boost for entire home, up to 5,000 sq ft. Enhances talk, text, and high-speed internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Connect 3G-X 470105 (formerly Wilson AG Pro 70 460105)
3G boost for large area, up to 10,000 sq ft. Enhances talk, text, and basic internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost Connect 4G-X 461104 (formerly Wilson AG Pro 4G 471104)
3G & 4G boost for large area, up to 10,000 sq ft. Enhances talk, text, and high-speed internet on all phones with all carriers.
weBoost M2M (Machine to Machine) Signal Boosters
weBoost Signal 3G 470109
3G boost for M2M-enabled devices. Enhances 3G data transfer.
weBoost Signal 4G 470119
4G boost for M2M-enabled devices. Enhances 4G data transfer.
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