Our marine cell phone signal boosters by weBoost are FCC and IC-certified devices designed to enhance voice, text, and data signals for mobile devices in marine vehicles, such as boats, yachts, and other seaworthy vessels. They significantly reduce the frequency and duration of cellular dead zones while at sea.
How does a marine cell phone signal booster work?
These cellular boosters consist of an external cellular antenna to capture existing cell signals, an amplifier to boost the signal, and an internal cellular antenna to broadcast the improved signal inside the vessel.
What are the main causes of weak cellular reception on the water?
Interference from surrounding structures or geographical features
Marine cellular boosters take those weak signals and deliver them even stronger inside your boat or yacht.
Do marine cell phone signal boosters work with all cell phone carriers?
All marine cell phone signal boosters by weBoost work with all North American cellular carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, US Cellular, Boost Mobile, Cricket, and more. They can boost signals from multiple carriers simultaneously.
Can a marine cell phone signal booster be used while moving on the water?
Yes, marine signal boosters can be used while the vessel is in motion. However, signal strength may vary depending on your location and distance from cell towers.
Do marine cell phone boosters boost 5G signals?
5G ready, these weBoost marine signal boosters can boost 5G signals operating across the 700 to 2100 MHz frequency range.
What’s the difference between the weBoost Drive Reach Marine and Drive X Marine?
Aside from the design, the Drive Reach Marine is more powerful than the Drive X Marine. It can communicate with cell towers located much farther and deliver a stronger signal. You can read more about this in our Drive Reach vs Drive X blog.