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Wilson Electronics Brands: weBoost, WilsonPro, zBoost

Jul 21, 2018

Wilson Electronics Brands: weBoost, WilsonPro, zBoost

Confused about Wilson Electronics and its brands weBoost, zBoost, WilsonPro?

Wilson Electronics has been a manufacturer of cell phone signal boosters since decades. It started out as Wilson Electronics, but it now represents or owns three different signal booster brands: weBoost, WilsonPro, and zBoost. These three Wilson wireless cell phone booster brands offer three different types of signal boosting products as clarified below.

  • weBoost: For vehicle and home cell phone signal boosters.
  • WilsonPro: Cell phone boosters for offices and buildings larger than 7,500 square feet.
  • zBoost: Value brand of home cell boosters.

A comparison between weBoost and Wilson Pro models clearly show weBoost indoor boosting kits are consumer grade kits offering 1500 to 7500 sq. ft. coverage, whereas Wilson Pro kits are commercial grade providing up to 100,000 square feet in-building coverage.

Prior to 2013 when it split their cellular amplifying products into the three brands explained above, Wilson Electronics created products under its own name for many years. These products have stood the test of time and are still available for purchase, rebranded under the weBoost line of consumer products.

Discontinued Wilson models and their new counterpart weBoost versions.

If you loved old Wilson Electronics signal boosters, here's how to find the same product rebranded under the new weBoost product line counterpart. Simply refer to table below to see the former model name and number of Wilson signal boosters for homes/offices, cars, RVs, trucks, and their new, rebranded weBoost equivalent.

Old Wilson Model(s): Corresponding New weBoost Model(s):
Wilson Sleek 3G (460106), Drive 3G-S (470106), 4G-S (470107) weBoost Drive Sleek (470135) for cars/ minivans/ suvs, Drive Sleek OTR (470235) for large trucks. Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for one cell device in vehicles.
Wilson Mobile 3G (460102), Mobile 4G (460108) & Drive 3G-M (470102), Drive 4G-M (470108) weBoost Drive 4G-M (470121). Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for multiple cell devices in car, truck, van, RV, boat.
Wilson MobileMaxx 3G (460111), Drive 3G-X (470111) weBoost Drive 4G-X (470510) for cars, Drive 4G-X OTR (470210) for trucks, Drive 4G-X RV (470410) for in-motion or parked RVs, Connect RV 65 (471203) for stationary or parked RVs, Drive 4G-X Fleet (470221) for Fleets. Boosts 3G & 4G LTE at maximum range for multiple cell devices in vehicles.
DT-3G (463105), Home 3G (473105), DT-4G (460101) weBoost Home 4G (470101). Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for a desktop to 1 room in home or office. Good for SOHO (Single office, Home Office).
DB Pro 3G Omni (462105), DB Pro 3G Directional (462205), Connect 3G Directional (472205), DB Pro 4G (460103) weBoost Connect 4G (470103). Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for entire home or office up to 5,000 sq. ft. depending upon strength of signal outside.
AG Pro 70 (460105), Connect 3G-X (470105), DB Pro 4G Omni (461104) weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104). Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for large home or office up to 7,500 sq. ft. depending upon strength of signal outside.
M2M Data Pro (460109), Signal 3G (470109) M2M Pro Signal 4G (460119). Ready to integrate with cellular modems, providing stronger signal that ensures consistent data transfers.

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Browse Wilson Electronics cell phone signal boosters by brands shown above,
or request quote for Wilson Electronics signal booster installation by certified installers.


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  • If you’re wondering what the difference is between Weboost vs. Zboost, this article is for you. It’s not a question of Coke vs. Pepsi as Wilson owns both brands. However, Weboost makes cell phone boosters for cars and homes while Zboost apparently is strictly for home use. While 5g phones are coming out, I think I’m going to get a Weboost 4g booster so my current phone gets a shot in the arm. Just not ready for an upgrade to 5g yet.

    Logan Edwards on
  • Yeah, these different brands confused me somewhat. I’d heard of Wilson. Apparently they’ve been doing cell phone boosting for a long time, but I didn’t know WeBoost and Zboost were branches or different brands of Wilson. Zboost vs. WeBoost had me thinking they were two separate entities. While they are slightly different, they still fall under the Wilson umbrella.

    Dustin K. on
  • This helped give me a great perspective on what manufacturers produce what equipment in terms of cell phone boosters. Now I have a better idea on Zboost vs. WeBoost, and how WilsonPro has been rebranded. I’ve also noticed cell phone boosters continue to go down in price. A few dollars more and I will be ready to buy because I am tired of erratic cell phone coverage in my home.

    Ronnie Connors on
  • I WOULDN’T GET A WILSONPRO CELL PHONE BOOSTER FOR MY HOME? CAN SOMEONE EXPLAIN THIS?
    Hey Chuck. It’s a question of size. If you have a 1000-1200 square foot home, you cell phone booster needs will be different than that for a building larger than 7500 square feet. Granted, all cell phone boosters take the signal coming into a building and strengthen it, making for strong connections, i.e. reduced dropped calls (perhaps none), clear audio, and fast data speeds for uploading and downloading data. However, you don’t need the same amount of power for your home as you do for a large building. Residential cell phone boosters (which WeBoost produce) are easy to install and don’t require professional installation. WilsonPro cell phone boosters are much more powerful and require professional installation. I hope this clarifies things for you.

    Don Winkler on
  • This was a helpful look at the different brands of cell phone boosters such as the WeBoost home cell phone boosters and the Wilson cell phone boosters. Just to clarify, I wouldn’t get a WilsonPro cell phone booster for my home? Can someone explain this?

    Chuck Postles on

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