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Review of SureCall Fusion4Home 3G & 4G Signal Booster for Small Areas

Sep 19, 2017

Review of SureCall Fusion4Home 3G & 4G Signal Booster for Small Areas

Review of SureCall Fusion4Home 3G & 4G Signal Booster (2,000 to 4,000 sq. ft.) confirms the following unique features of this small area (home or office) cell phone signal booster or amplifier.

Fusion 4 Home - All Carrier, Voice, and Data Cell Phone Booster. Available with 1 outside, and 1 indoor antennas.

Unique Features:

  • Perfect for residential or small office application.
  • Optional Yagi or Omni outdoor and dome or panel indoor antennas.
  • Separate lanes increase the number of simultaneous users to 8 per amplifier.
  • Provides all carrier enhanced cellular and data reception for areas between 2,000 sq. ft. to 4,000 sq. ft.
  • Adjustable attenuation dials for each band (industry exclusive configurability).
  • Lifetime Tech. Support.
  • 2 Year Warranty and 60 Days Money Back Guarantee.
Review of SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit

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  • There are a lot of Surecall reviews, but I was looking for a Surecall Fusion4home review to see if SureCall is the right technology for my home. I’m convinced I need a cell phone booster in my home because there are too many dead zones (especially in my basement). I want something to make sure my cell phone doesn’t drop calls and I can actually hear what the person on the other line is saying.

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  • What appeals to me here is the lifetime tech support. My experience has been that equipment is often reliable, but where you run into problems is with day-to-day operations when the occasional technical glitch arises. Free tech support means you can usually fix a problem working over the phone with someone. These cellular boosters seem user-friendly, but it’s good to know there are experts waiting to help.

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