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Review of SureCall Fusion5s 3G & 4G Signal Booster for Medium Areas

Sep 20, 2017

Review of SureCall Fusion5s 3G & 4G Signal Booster for Medium Areas

Review of SureCall Fusion5s 3G & 4G Cell Phone Signal Booster (5,000 to 6,000 sq. ft.) confirms the following unique features of this medium area (home or office) cellular signal booster or amplifier.

Fusion5s - All Carrier, Voice, and Data Cell Phone Booster. Available with 1 outside, and up to 2 indoor antennae.
Unique Features:
  • Separate lanes increase the number of simultaneous users up to 8 per amplifier.
  • Optional Yagi or Omni outdoor and dome or panel indoor antennas.
  • Provides all carrier enhanced cellular and data reception for areas of 5000 sq. ft. to 6000 sq. ft.
  • Adjustable attenuation dials for each band (industry exclusive configurability).
  • Remote Monitoring Sentry System Compatible.
  • Lifetime Tech. Support.
  • FCC & IC Certified and Carrier Approved.
  • 3 Years Warranty and 60 Days Money Back Guarantee. 
  • Sentry Remote Monitoring feature available.
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  • Are many people still buying the Fusion4Home? I know it’s for both 3G and 4G but with 3G close to expiration, I’m eager to know if there’s any market for this.

    Doug Baker on
  • I don’t need a cell phone booster for my home, but I may get one for my parents. They drive a lot and use their cell phones mostly in their vehicle. The problem is that their reception is terrible. I have to check because they have an older model phone but I also have problems (I live in the same area) when I’m driving and on the phone (hands free of course) so it probably isn’t the phone.

    Kelsey Simonson on
  • Connor asks, “What is the performance of a 4G phone on a 3G network?” Connor as you probably know, the G stands for “generation” so a 4G phone is a fourth-generation cell phone, which is the model ahead of the 3G phone. So, what happens when the new and improved phone works on an older network? Well, you’re still going to be able to use your phone as the 4G is backwards compatible (you’ll also want to see if it’s forward compatible for 5G). However, your 4G phone won’t be able to utilize all its 4G goodness (that’s a technical term by the way) on a 3G network. It’ll work, but it will not be at its peak.

    Antonio Molino on
  • Speaking of 4G and 3G networks, what is the performance of a 4G phone on a 3G network?

    Connor Harris on
  • I can’t believe how small a device that delivers that much power is. A cell phone signal booster is supposed to magnify your cell phone’s signal strength, and this one does it for an area 5,000-6,000 square feet. I don’t think people realize how big an area that is. Wow! That’s a powerful machine.

    Bobby Summers on
  • If you’re looking how to increase cell phone signal strength for a 6,000 square foot area, you’re likely to have to make at least a few calls to technical support. That’s why I like the unlimited tech support. I have unlimited tech support for my computer and I use it several times a year. This is a good feature and shows a company stands by their product. They’re not looking to sell you a product and take off-they want to be there to make sure you have a smooth experience during and after the sale.

    Peter Wills on

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