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Best Home Cell Phone Booster For The Money!

Sep 01, 2021

Best Home Cell Phone Booster For The Money!

There're many home cell phone boosters available in the market, and they all come at different prices, so the question is which one is the best for the money? Low cost doesn't always necessarily equate to a good deal so let us discuss important factors to consider before jumping in to buy the cheapest cell phone booster.

At, we have a wide range of economical cell phone signal boosters available for your home or small home office. Our automated phone booster finder guides you to the right one based on your selections. Although all home cell phone range extenders work on the same principle by taking a weak signal, amplifying it and then re-broadcasting it to the area that you want covered, the main difference between various models is the size of the area that they cover based on the strength of signal available outside the home or building.

The models that come at the best price sometimes don’t have an exterior indoor antenna, but the antenna is built into the booster. This will however limit the area that can be covered by the booster. Therefore, it is hard to speculate which booster is best for the money without knowing the strength of outside signal and the square footage of the coverage area inside where you need good cellular coverage. You can help by providing this information to us by calling us so we can suggest the best whole house cell phone booster for the money!

Simply check signal strength outside your home and tell us the square footage of your indoor space - We will suggest the best home cell booster for the money.

Pricewise low-end boosters that are popular.

Flare Phone Boosters

The first entry-level wireless amplifier kit we recommend is the Flare. It will cover an area of up to 2500 sq. ft. if outside signal is strong. It sells for about $299. This makes the signal booster ideal for smaller homes, apartments, home offices and any other indoors space, and it offers good value for money.

This universal cell phone booster will boost reception for ALL carriers' voice and text, as well as 3G and 4G LTE data signals. These include American service providers Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. For use in Canada, the Canadian version needs to be used. Although it costs slightly more than its American counterpart, it will cover a larger area of up to 3000 sq. ft. with its more powerful Yagi directional antenna.

The USA signal booster kit includes the Flare booster which has an indoor omni antenna built-in, an outdoor Omni antenna, 50 ft. of RG6 cable and a power supply. The booster will work with all smartphone brands incl. Samsung, Apple, Google Pixel and many more.

This great home improvement accessory could even help increase the resale value of your property.


  • Simplified Setup with Booster and Indoor Antenna Combined.
  • Boosts Voice, Text, 3G and 4G LTE Signals for All Cellphone Carriers.
  • Outdoor antenna captures signal better than kits with no exterior antenna.

Flare's revolutionary design features a built-in indoor omni-directional antenna that increases signal strength for voice, text and 4G LTE data in 1-2 rooms of a home or office, up to 2500 sq. ft. The attractive one-piece base unit is designed to be placed on an open tabletop or shelf for clearer and more reliable voice and data performance in any room.

Fusion For Home Phone Booster

The second unit we recommend as the best home cell phone booster for your money (as long as exterior signal is strong) is the lowest cost Fusion4Home which also retails for about $299 and will cover up to 2000 sq. ft. This booster does however have the advantage that you can get upgraded kits with more powerful antennas for increasing the coverage area to up to 4000 sq. ft.

Fusion4Home cell phone signal booster increases cellular signal strength for voice, text and 4G LTE data for all American mobile carriers including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. For use in Canada, the Canadian Yagi & Whip or Yagi & Panel home cell antenna booster kits may be used. This signal booster will also work with all mobile phone brands including HTC, iPhone, LG and many more.

The Fusion4Home uses cutting-edge technology to deliver unrivalled performance with, reducing dropped and missed calls and extending battery life for multiple simultaneous users on all cellular networks.

By boosting 3G & 4G LTE data, your mobile Internet will load website pages faster on smart phones and through mobile hotspot devices like Mi-Fi, Turbo Stick, Air Card, etc. Dropped calls will become history, as the Fusion For Home (often incorrectly referred to, as Fusion4x or Fusion 4X booster) will provide clear and consistent coverage for all cellular devices in a home or small office.

If the area you need to cover is bigger than the standard 2000 sq. ft. offered by the base model, check the drop-down options on the product webpage. Although the cost will be slightly higher, the area covered will be much larger, still giving you the best home cell phone booster for the money.

There are 4 configurations of this kit to choose from, with different inside and outside antennas that will determine the interior size of the area that will receive the boosted signal.

SureCall Fusion4Home Omni Exterior Antenna with Whip Interior Antenna (part # SC-PolyH-72-ORA-Kit). This small home signal booster covers few rooms up to 2,000 square feet.

SureCall Fusion4Home Yagi Exterior Antenna with Whip Interior Antenna (part # SC-PolyH-72-YRA-Kit). This medium size home signal booster covers few rooms up to 3,000 square feet.

SureCall Fusion4Home Omni Exterior Antenna with Panel Interior Antenna (part # SC-PolyH-72-OP-Kit). This medium home signal booster covers medium-sized whole homes, up to 3,000 square feet.

SureCall Fusion4Home Yagi Exterior Antenna with Panel Interior Antenna (part # SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit). This large home signal booster covers many rooms covering up to 4,000 square feet.


  • Boosts voice, text and 4G LTE signals for all American wireless carriers.
  • Reduces dropped & missed calls and improves 4G LTE data speeds.
  • Increases signal strength & extends battery life for all cellular devices.
  • Supports multiple users simultaneously.
  • Covers a home or office, from up to 2000 sq. ft. to up to 4000 sq. ft. depending upon the antenna configuration selected.

Our cell phone signal boosters work for all mobile networks in USA such as Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint. We carry signal boosters for all Canadian wireless networks too, which include Bell Mobility, Telus Mobility and Rogers Wireless.

In 2023, SureCall has launched SureCall Fusion 5X Max - while it is pricey, it is a good value for the power it offers.

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  • Low-end sounds off. I don’t associate quality with low-end but this article explains why each cell phone booster is good for certain scenarios. I like the Fusion4Home because it has the option of adding antennas. Although I’m unaware of a need for a stronger antenna, it’s good to know the add-on option is there.

    Professor Pete on
  • The best cell phone booster is the one that I know isn’t going to break down after a year, does its job (boosting cell phone signals so I get clear audio and fast data speeds), and at the lowest price. That sums things up for me. If this booster meets my rules, I’ll be very satisfied with it.

    Captain Cellphone on
  • Do cell phone boosters work or are they a waste of money like those funny stickers people buy and stick on their phones to boost signals? If they do work, I like how this Flare booster works on all carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, etc. Working on 3G & 4G systems seems good too. However, do they really work?

    Jeffrey Stimson on
  • Every time I see a fistful of cash like the one in the picture, I think of WWF Hall of Famer, “Million Dollar Man” Ted DiBiase. It used to be you had to have some bucks to own a cell phone (and actually use it for more than emergencies). That’s changed, but regrettably, cell phone signals haven’t and phone boosters were pricey that it seemed like you had to be a millionaire to buy one. That seems to be changing, but don’t get me wrong, buying a phone booster still costs some money. There are ways to improve your signal for free so if you’re not going to buy a booster (for whatever reason), look up these helpful tips.

    Terrance Moore on

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