Featured Videos: weBoost Home Install Guides
In this video we'll explain the steps you need to take to find the ideal location for your signal booster installation. You will learn how to assess the signal at your home and some best practices for finding the best location for your signal booster outside antenna and inside antenna.
In this video we'll cover how to install the outside antenna. We'll talk about how to find the best location for your outside antenna, where to aim it and some best practices on installation.
In this video we'll show you how to run cable into your home. There are a number of ways to do this: through a vent, under a flashing or penetrating the structure by drilling a hole. We'll cover all of the ways to do this as well as some tips and tricks we recommend.
In this video we'll explain how to install different types of inside antennas. We'll talk about how to find the best location for your desktop or panel inside antenna, where to place and aim it, and some other best practices on installation.
In this video we'll cover how to install your signal booster. You can mount the signal booster nearly anywhere that you like as long as it meets a few requirements.
In this video we'll cover how to check your signal and what to look for when checking your cellular signal at home. We'll walk you through how to gauge how well your signal booster is working and how much signal improvement you are getting.
In this short video, we will show you how to install a signal booster in your cabin, vacation home in rural, remote area.
It’s a device that boosts or amplifies your weak 3G and 4G signals and then delivers the stronger signal to your cell phone.
All signal boosters come in complete kits. There are ZERO ongoing fees. Once you purchase a booster, it’s yours for life.
Yes, cell phone signal boosters work with all mobile phones that use any variation of 2G, 3G, or 4G service.
Yes, all of the boosters we sell work with all major North American carriers in the USA and Canada. For more info please check out our Shop By Provider Guide.
For a complete explanation of frequencies of the top carriers in the US and Canada please read our blog post Frequencies by Provider.
No, you don’t need an internet connection, but you do need an existing cell phone signal. If there is no existing signal, then you’re in a no service dead zone, meaning the amplifier cannot boost what isn’t there.