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Effectiveness Of Cell Phone Signal Booster

Jun 09, 2016

Effectiveness Of Cell Phone Signal Booster

Cel-Fi cell phone signal boosters are carrier-grade signal boosters. They are consumer-friendly, yet extremely smart signal boosters that can more than quadruple wireless data speeds. Furthermore, they eliminate dropped calls indoors for cell phone subscribers. Cel-Fi is an all-digital, plug-and-play consumer cellular signal booster and provides a gain of up to 100dB, which is almost 1,000 times more than the signal booster industry's average. Cel-Fi equipment is made of good quality materials and workmanship. It is definitely very effective for boosting reception within enclosures such as homes, warehouses, and buildings. Consequently, the Cel-Fi smart signal booster is authorized by 139 carriers worldwide in 70 countries for use on their networks. Shop for cell phone signal booster by provider.

SureCall home & building signal boosters can boost cellular as well as wi-fi signals inside homes and buildings. SureCall's vehicle signal boosters amplify cell reception in cars, trucks, boats, and recreational vehicles making it easy to stay connected on the go!

SureCall’s cell phone booster technology is poised to enter the VoLTE (Voice over LTE) era on a strong note with the Force5 2.0 cellular signal booster. LTE has certainly become THE standard in cellular networks. Every commercial coming out from the "Big 4" compares LTE speeds and/or network coverage. Verizon has taken it a step further. For a while now, Verizon Wireless has been offering 4G calling on their LTE network. This optional calling feature boasts high resolution sound, but has only been available on newer model phones designed to support Voice over LTE (VoLTE).

Verizon has recently announced their intentions of dropping their CDMA network altogether and moving all voice to their LTE network. In fact, they are offering a new flip phone called the LG Exalt LTE. This phone will be marketed to those who have traditionally shied away from more feature-heavy smartphones but still want to be able to make phone calls. The change may not be welcomed right away, but the transition of cellular networks to LTE for voice is on its way, regardless.

For network support devices, like signal boosters, this requires a change as well. Leading the charge toward integrating VoLTE into signal boosters is SureCall’s Force5 2.0. The Force5 2.0 was certified by V-COMM (an independent certification and testing lab for the FCC) to support VoLTE as well as every other voice enabled forum currently available by the major US carriers, and SureCall incorporated this important change into all of its cell signal boosters.

This innovation ensures that as Verizon makes VoLTE mandatory, and the other carriers follow suit, you will not be stuck with an inferior booster that is behind the technology curve. This is just one more way SureCall proves its dedication to stay current with both customer needs as well as carrier standards. Communicate, or get your work done using cell phone in all nooks and crannies of your building. Choose a 4G LTE signal booster to stay ahead of the curve. All of the boosters suggested by our Product Selection Tool are 4G LTE signal boosters.

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  • Despite this being an older article, it still has helpful information concerning cell phone signal boosters’ longevity. It should be a no-brainer that you don’t want to buy a booster that will be obsolete in a year or two.

    Vic Rivera on
  • This things sound very powerful. It sounds like it’s an ideal way to improve cell phone signal strength, but I have a question. Does anyone know if these devices boost signals for other electronic devices? I’m wondering if it would have any effect on a neighbor’s signal. Just curious more than anything.

    F. O'Riley on
  • How common are 3G LTE carriers? I have a 4G LTE and was wondering if they’re still around. I’ve been asking people how to improve my cell phone signal strength and their answer was “buy a better phone.” Glad I ignored them and came across this because it seems like a permanent solution.

    Darryl Long on

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