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New Replacement Models For Discontinued weBoost / Wilson Cell Boosters

Jan 15, 2020

New Replacement Models For Discontinued weBoost / Wilson Cell Boosters

In the left column of the following table, is the list of discontinued end-of-life (EOL) Wilson / weBoost cell phone signal booster model numbers. All these're weBoost branded consumer grade models. Listed in the right column, are the new weBoost branded consumer grade replacement models for those respective discontinued (EOL) weBoost / Wilson cell phone signal boosters.

Please note that the difference between most discontinued and replacement models is simply the model name change on units and packaging because manufacturer decided to remove the term "4G" from all model names and that consequently resulted in model number change too, for inventory purposes.

List of discontinued models and their replacements:

DISCONTINUED MODEL (SKU): REPLACEMENT MODEL (SKU):
Home 4G (470101) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Home Room (472120) when EOL.
Connect 4G (470103) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Home MultiRoom (470144) when EOL.
Connect 4G-X (471104) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Home Complete (470145) when EOL.
Drive 4G-M (470108 and later 470121) Replaced with Drive X (475021) when EOL.
Drive 4G-X (470510) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Drive X (475021) when EOL.
Drive 4G-X OTR (470210) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Drive Reach OTR (472154) when EOL.
Drive 4G-X RV (470410) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Drive X RV (471410) when EOL.
Drive 4G-X Fleet (470221) In stock and available while supplies last. To be replaced with Drive X Fleet (473021) when EOL.

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  • Seeing how there are a number of discontinued models, I’m starting to wonder just how long a cell booster is good for. What’s the average time a model is good before its technology is obsolete? I wouldn’t want to buy a booster only to have to replace it in one or two years.

    Vivian Hallmark on

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