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Cell Phone Signal Boosters For 5th Wheel Trailer/ Camper/ Motorhome

Jul 30, 2020

Cell Phone Signal Boosters For 5th Wheel Trailer/ Camper/ Motorhome

Why deal with "no service" or even slow mobile internet when there're RV cell phone signal boosters that can boost cellular reception for all wireless devices in your 5th Wheel Trailer, Camper, or Motorhome / Toterhome? True, they cost money and there're many out there that may not be worth the price. That is where we can help. Let us show you a few that are worth the cost for the value they provide.

Why the Following RV Cell Phone Boosters Are Worth the Cost.

Here's a brief overview of each of the RV cellphone signal boosters that are good value for the price. Few of their benefits are listed so you can see why they are worth the money they cost.

Fusion2Go 2.0 RV.

Suggested Fusion2Go 2.0 RV provides coverage for up to ten feet from base booster with built-in whip antenna. Coverage can vary greatly depending on strength of outside signal. This is the lowest price range cell phone signal booster for RVs. It has outside omnidirectional antenna and FCC maximum allowed Gain of up to +50 dB for vehicles in motion plus 21.2 dBm uplink power. These factors make it a good choice RV cell phone booster providing good balance for city as well as rural driving and RV park areas. Cost: US $399.99.

Fusion2Go 3.0 RV.

Suggested Fusion2Go 3.0 RV also provides coverage for up to ten feet from base booster with built-in whip antenna. Coverage can vary greatly depending on strength of outside signal. This is a low price range cell phone booster for RV. Outside omnidirectional antenna and maximum allowed up to +50dB Gain for moving vehicles and up to 29 dBm uplink power makes this an excellent best choice RV cell phone booster for rural and remote areas. Cost: US $449.99.

Drive X RV.

Suggested Drive X RV provides coverage for up to seven feet from the desktop antenna. Coverage can vary greatly depending on strength of outside signal. This is a mid price range cell phone booster for RV. Outside trucker omnidirectional antenna with 24.8 dBm uplink power and maximum allowed up to +50 dB Gain on moving vehicles makes this an excellent best choice RV cell phone booster for rural and remote areas. Cost: US $499.99.

RV X6 Pro with High Gain Antenna.

Suggested RV X6 Pro provides coverage for up to ten feet from interior antenna. Coverage can vary greatly depending on strength of outside signal. This is high price range cell phone booster for RV. It provides 1 watt output power and utilizes proprietary algorithms which allows more gain, up to 30 dBm uplink power, and better functionality than other boosters in the marketplace. Outside omnidirectional high gain antenna and maximum allowed up to 50 dB Gain on moving vehicles makes this an excellent best choice RV cell phone booster for rural and remote areas. Cost: US $499.99.

Connect RV 65 Stationary.

Suggested Connect RV 65 Stationary provides coverage for up to twenty feet from the directional Panel antenna. Coverage can vary greatly depending on strength of outside signal. This is a high price range cell phone booster for RV. Outside directional Yagi antenna can reach up to 20 miles with line of sight to the tower. The maximum allowed up to 65 dB Gain on stationary vehicles and its 24.6 dBm uplink power makes this an excellent best choice RV cell phone booster for RVs parked in rural and remote areas. Please note this kit is only for very long full size RVs and motor homes because interior and exterior antennas require 20 ft. vertical or 50 ft. horizontal distance between them to prevent oscillation. 7 ft. to 25 ft. telescoping pole included to mount exterior antenna as far as possible. Cost: US $649.99.

Drive Reach RV.

Suggested Drive Reach RV provides coverage throughout an RV with its powerful Panel antenna. With up to +50 dB Gain, it is less than the stationary kit listed above provides (+65 dB) but there's no need to dismantle and re-install this one because it can be installed permanently per FCC regulations. Coverage can vary greatly depending on strength of outside signal. This is a high price range cell phone booster for RV but offers maximum coverage with permanent installability. Outside trucker omnidirectional antenna booster system with max uplink power of 29.5 dBm uplink power combined with maximum allowed up to 50 dB Gain on moving vehicles makes this an excellent best choice RV cell phone booster for rural and remote areas. Includes required part #'s 470154 +304415 +311135 +955812 +970019 +970030. Cost: US $689.

Conclusion.

Whether you have 5th Wheel Trailer, Camper, or Motorhome - No need to put up with weak signal on your mobile devices. Try one of above cellular amplifier kits with 60 days guarantee for refund of cost of unit, if it does not help. These're certified by FCC and proven to work so they should definitely help improve cell connectivity in your RV. They have helped hundreds, thousands, even millions of RVers across the world to enjoy strong, consistent, cell signals. No more fluctuating and finicky signal bars to watch out for, to help connect to Internet or make phone calls. Enjoy fast mobile Internet and cell phone calls that connect at the first try - and do not drop! Happy RVing everyone...


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  • I am thinking about buying a motor home and I’m also making a list of things that might be useful to have. I hadn’t thought about a cell phone booster but it makes sense. People are always using their cell phones and it’s a good way to check your email too. It won’t do any good if you can’t get a strong signal though. I’m definitely adding this to my must-have list.

    Craig Merritt on
  • I don’t get why people invest in a nice motor home but they won’t spend money on extra items like a cell phone signal booster. If you go somewhere that has a good signal, then I can see not getting it. However, my experience is that many places have bad reception. One question though. If I buy a booster and the antenna breaks due to an accident, is it covered by my RV insurance? Also, if the antenna breaks, do I need an entire new system or just an antenna?

    Rita Salvador on

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