Does a cell phone signal booster require Wifi or Bluetooth?
No, a cellphone signal booster uses existing wireless signal outside and amplifies it up to 32 times to provide better cellular coverage indoors or in vehicles. They do not require Bluetooth nor broadband Internet Wifi to work. Some signal enhancing systems do work in conjunction with broadband Wifi Internet but those are not called "cell phone signal boosters". Such wireless routers are called by various other names such as AT&T Microcell, T-Mobile Cellspot, Sprint Magic Box, Verizon Network Extender, etc. and we typically install them only on custom case by case basis only during instances when there's absolutely no signal outside whatsoever.
The typical cell phone signal boosters you will see listed at our website work simply by improving communication between a user's smartphone and a cell tower. They usually capture cell reception via roof-top antenna. That reception is boosted by a cellular amplifier placed safely indoors and rebroadcasted across the home or vehicle through an interior antenna. The result is boosted mobile signals that result in stronger mobile network reception on smartphones and mobile network connected devices with SIM cards such as tablets or mobile hotspot-using laptops and even desktop computers. Users can then enjoy clearer calls and faster internet browsing and data downloads and uploads.