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Best Cell Phone Signal Booster for a Camper/ RV/ Motor Home/ Trailer

Sep 11, 2018

Best Cell Phone Signal Booster for a Camper/ RV/ Motor Home/ Trailer

In today's connected world, we always want to have good connectivity on our cell phones, both for voice calls and data, irrespective of where we are. In our normal office and home environments, this is relatively easy to achieve as cell phone carriers tend to have good coverage in densely populated areas. If we however move outside those areas, cell phone signal reception could become a problem. This would happen if we go on vacation to other parts of the country, or do long distance travelling with a camper, RV, Motor Home / Toter Home, or trailer.

This post discusses and lists standard kits available, but if you want to learn more about more powerful antenna kit combinations available for your particular Motorhome Class A, B, or C, read our post about cell phone booster for Motorhomes Classes A, B, and C.

When we visit less populated areas, there are fewer cell phone towers around and we move much farther away from these than we normally do. We don't even have to travel very far for this to happen. Simply hiking or going on a picnic not too far from urban areas will often result in cell phone reception that is spotty at best.

The signal strength on a cellular device depends on a number of factors, including the distance from a cell phone tower and which obstacles (manmade or natural) exist between the device and the cell phone tower. This is also why the cell phone coverage at a specific spot will often be better for one cellular carrier than another. If you're closer to the cell phone tower of a specific carrier, or there are less obstacles between you and that carrier while you are on vacation, travelling, hiking or simply having a picnic in the countryside, the cellular reception for that carrier will be better than that for another whose tower is farther away.

If the cellular reception where you are is not good, it will result in bad voice reception and dropped calls, and data connections will be slow or intermittent.

To solve these connectivity problems, you could use a RV cell phone signal booster that is designed specifically to be mounted in vehicles such as cars, trucks and RVs. These type of cellular amplifiers also work well in motor homes and trailers and will improve your cellular reception while you're on vacation, travelling, or hiking.

In this post, we will look at two signal boosters that have been designed specifically for such vehicles:

  1. Fusion2Go 3.0 RV USA (for USA) or Fusion2Go 3.0 RV Canada (for Canada).

This RV cell phone signal booster is one of the most powerful currently in the market and works with all types of cellular phones with 3G, 4G, LTE connectivity. It works with all carriers in USA & Canada, with respective models. It provides boosted connectivity on the move when you're travelling, or when parked for extended periods of time.

The Fusion-2-Go RV 3.0 amplifier reduces dropped and missed calls and extends battery life for multiple users simultaneously. It provides clear and consistent coverage for all cellular devices inside an RV.

This kit has been designed for use in over-sized vehicles such as buses and recreational vehicles. It provides 50 db 5-band signal boosting for voice and text messages, and improves data and connectivity for all mobiles and devices within the vehicle.

In rural areas, the Fusion2Go 3.0 RV uses it's 2X higher amplification power to access faraway cellular towers better, keeping you connected further into the fringe of the network.

  1. RV 4G LTE.

This signal booster is also available in two different models – one for use in the USA, and the other for use in Canada. Choose your selection from the drop-down menu.

The RV 4G LTE cell phone signal booster kit for RVs will work while the vehicle is moving, or when it is parked at your favorite hiking or picnic spot.

All cellular devices being used inside the RV, Camper, Trailer, or Motor Home will get simultaneous signal boost. It supports all cellular devices including smartphones, tablets, turbo sticks, internet sticks, air cards, and mobile hotspots like Mi-Fi, Jetpack, etc.

  1. Drive X RV.

This RV kit will also work while the vehicle is moving, or when it is parked at campground. Boost signal reception inside the vehicle with stronger connection to cell towers of all United States and Canadian wireless networks. Strong connections will result in fewer dropped or missed calls, fewer garbled conversations, and fewer Internet hang-ups, freezing, or buffering.

  1. Connect RV 65.

This kit is the most powerful but per FCC rules and regulations, it must only be used when camper, RV, motorhome, toterhome, or trailer is parked or stationary. If you need clear voice conversations, instantaneous texting, and fast 3G + 4G LTE mobile internet downloads and uploads while on vacation or travelling, both in the USA and Canada, installing this RV cell phone signal amplifier kit will provide the signal boost needed even in weakest areas. It is fairly easy to install using the DIY installation instructions provided and videos at this website.

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  • We have a travel trailer. We want a booster for our driving as well as in the campground. What is portable between truck and trailer?


    Jean Lubeckis on
  • I wish there was a way to get your RV signal booster to extend outside your RV when you’re hiking or doing something else outdoors. I know the signal boosters can help when you’re in the RV, but the signals out in the woods and other areas are either non-existent or very weak. If there is something like that, please write an article about it!

    Casey V. on
  • Reading some of the comments here and talking to people in the real world, I see some people don’t like taking their cell phones with them when they go camping. I think it’s a matter of personal preference and if having a cell phone around means the kids are going to give camping a try, I’m all for it. Personally, you should have a cell phone for emergencies and you’re probably going to want to have the best cell phone booster for camping because we know how hard it can be to get a signal.

    Shelly Logan on
  • Question: Do these cell phone signal boosters emit any harmful radiation? Answer: I just came across this article elsewhere on this site. Cell phone signal boosters actually help in reducing cell phone radiation (my take is the jury is still out on whether the radiation is harmful). Cell phone signal boosters are something people need to get the facts on because they sound like they’re helpful with more than strengthening the signal your phone gets.

    Travis Cronkite on
  • I think cell phone signal boosters for camping are a smart idea. While I don’t like to use my cell phone when I’m in the wilderness, I like the security of knowing I can get a strong signal in case of emergency. I have a question though, do these cell phone signal boosters emit any harmful radiation?

    Paul Martindale on
  • I can understand someone getting a cell phone booster for when they’re in the wilderness for safety’s sake, but I hate to go camping and see people checking their cell phones, texting, and watching videos. Why can’t people enjoy the camping experience (RV, trailer, or whatever) without having to access the Internet? Myself, I don’t care what the best cell phone booster for camping is, I want to know what’s the best way to keep cell phones out of people’s hands when they go camping.

    Barry Owens on
  • I’m not a big camper when it comes to tents, but I enjoy RV camping—except the poor cell phone signal coverage you can run into when you’re out in the wilderness. That’s why I’ve wondered what the best cell phone boosters are for camping. I mean, if someone buys an RV, they’re making a huge purchase so why not go further and ensure you can get a good signal. There’s more to cell phones than calls too. People like looking things up online and playing music. That’s easier to do when you have a strong signal. Hopefully anyone with an RV will consider this and check out some rv cell booster reviews.

    Myron Jefferson on

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