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Review of SureCall Force 5 2.0 3G 4G LTE Complete Signal Booster Kit

Sep 22, 2017

Review of SureCall Force 5 2.0 3G 4G LTE Complete Signal Booster Kit

Review of SureCall Force5 2.0 3G and 4G Complete Commercial Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit (for 25,000 to 100,000 sq. ft.) confirms the following unique features of this complete commercial grade cellular signal booster or amplifier kit.

Force 5 2.0 - All Carrier, Voice, and Data Cell Phone Booster. Available with 1 outside Yagi or Omni antenna, and 1 inside Dome or Panel antenna. Also available with 4 indoor Dome antennae.

Unique Features:

  • Highest 4G data rate in the industry.
  • Linear Design increases the number of simultaneous users to 100+ per band.
  • Provides all carrier enhanced cellular and data reception for areas of 25,000 sq. ft. to 100,000 sq. ft.
  • Additional systems can be added for larger areas.
  • Adjustable attenuation on both uplink and downlink -1 dBm to -31 dBm.
  • Booster, Low Loss 400 Cables and your choice of Outside (Yagi/Omni) and inside (Dome/Panel) Antennas all in one complete kit.
  • FCC Certified and Carrier Approved with Network Protection Features included.
  • 3 Years Warranty and 60 Days Money Back Guarantee. 
  • Lifetime Technical Support.
  • Built-in Remote Monitoring Sentry System with industry-first synchronization with an app for remote access to make adjustments to changes on location due to new developments such as new construction or obstructions of cell towers, etc.

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This kit can be installed by end-users. However, you may request a quote if you need us to install it.

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  • This shows why it doesn’t hurt to get an advanced booster. Say someone bought this 4G booster and had a 3G phone at the time. The booster would still enhance the 3G signal, but it’s still good for 4G. That’s why I’m getting a 5G signal booster. I don’t have a 5G phone, but I will eventually and the 5G booster will also boost my 4G model.

    Anna Smithers on
  • This looks a bit larger than what I need, but I do need some help. Can someone explain to boost phone network reception in any rural area? I live out in the country and my cell phone reception is poor.

    Willie Moore on
  • Another insightful surecall force 5 review that makes me think about where to go when I need a high-capacity cell phone booster. I’ve read other surecall reviews and they look impressive for getting rid of the dreaded dropped calls (and other stuff too like clear voice quality and fast data—me, I want no dropped calls first and foremost). What I like is that I shouldn’t need to do much surecall force 5 troubleshooting as they seem user-friendly. If I’m going to get a device for a large area, I want to make sure it’s easy to use and well-built.
    Fern Sanchez on
  • I can imagine what type of problems a business would run into with any area ranging from 25,000 to 100,000 square feet. When I read this, I thought of how anyone looking for ways to strengthen their cell phone signal strength would probably need some sort of cell phone signal booster (I can’t imagine moving things around would help enough in a large building, factory, etc.). However, I was unsure how much power such a booster would project and whether you needed any approval before using it. Good thing I read that these are FCC approved. I know from amateur radio friends the FCC can be a pain to deal with if you overpower the airwaves. Looks like that’s not an issue here.

    Curtis Jenner on
  • Holy cow! Talk about industrial strength. The SureCall Force 5 2.0 3G 4G LTE Complete Signal Booster Kit looks like something any business would be glad to have if they’re looking how to improve cell phone signal strength. I like that this can range from 25,000 to 100,000 square feet. Looks like a good device for improving cell phone coverage in any office.

    Mike Vance on

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