Poor mobile signal reception and dropped calls are challenges that consumers face almost daily. While mobile operators recognize this is an issue, they have historically adopted an extremely strict policy against the use of consumer-class boosters and legacy cell phone signal boosters, repeaters, or amplifiers on their networks due to interference and damage caused by these systems on their networks.
After April 30, 2014, those who have relied on many legacy signal boosters, amplifiers or repeaters to help improve their cellular signals may no longer be able to use them. No more 5 watts, 4 watts, 3 watts, even 2 watts cell phone amplifier kits allowed - they will be illegal in United States. The Report and Order for wireless signal boosters defined by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in February 2013 means consumers may now only be able to use cell signal boosters that are approved for use on their wireless carrier’s network which are limited to output of 1 Watt EIRP (Effective Isotropic Radiated Power).
Cel-Fi was designed according to the requirements of the new Report and Order for service provider specific signal boosters as defined by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It is also the first consumer booster approved by T-Mobile and ATandT for use on their wireless networks, and over 137 leading global mobile operators. Cel-Fi is also the only consumer booster authorized and approved by the communications commissions in Australia and the United Kingdom.
Cel-Fi relies on intelligent, self-organizing algorithms to maximize the area of coverage for users and ensure it does not compromise or interfere with mobile operator networks or impede other subscribers’ signals. Cel-Fi does not require any new equipment or changes to existing network infrastructure, or mobile devices.
Having Cel-Fi tested and approved by AT&T for use on its network (AT&T has never before allowed the use of a consumer booster on its network) is testament to Cel-Fi’s unconditional network safety and ease of deployment.
We carry other brand signal boosters as well that are FCC approved for use within USA such as: SureCall, weBoost and Wilson Pro. Per FCC regulations, we provide professional installation services by certified installers for commercial grade business cell phone signal boosters. Commercial signal boosters, amplifiers, repeaters must be installed by certified technicians according to comply with the new FCC regulations.
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