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cell signal booster - lllindsey - 06-13-2018

What is a relatively inexpensive cell signal booster for verizon?

which specs do i look at to compare the signal boosters i see for sale?

why is there such a wide range of prices for the signal boosters?

thank you

LLL


RE: cell signal booster - Itripper - 06-14-2018

(06-13-2018, 11:25 PM)lllindsey Wrote:  What is a relatively inexpensive cell signal booster for verizon?

which specs do i look at to compare the signal boosters i see for sale?

why is there such a wide range of prices for the signal boosters?

thank you

LLL

None of the cell boosters are cheap, sometimes you can find refurbished  Wilsons (old brand name now we boost)for just over a $100 (some are 3g only).  The main easy to use one is this We Boost 4G for $200. Just plug into 12v socket and put phone/mifi in the cradle.


RE: cell signal booster - Firtree - 06-14-2018

This thread has info that might help. If you have questions about the setup ask. The small boosters won’t do enough for you and recall reading the new $400 Wilson setup doesn’t work as well. I’m just speaking from my reading, haven’t setup my $200 booster yet.

https://www.cheaprvliving.com/forums/showthread.php?tid=23412


RE: cell signal booster - lllindsey - 06-15-2018

Oh thank you for your reply..
I am going to go ck out that thread Smile


RE: cell signal booster - jimindenver - 06-28-2018

The set up in my thread does great for what you spend. The more expensive RV version can match it if you place the device right up to the in door emitter along with the added benefit of providing a weaker boost for a few feet if you are on a phone. The closer you are the better the boost.


RE: cell signal booster - desert diversion - 07-08-2018

(06-28-2018, 11:49 AM)jimindenver Wrote:  The set up in my thread does great for what you spend. The more expensive RV version can match it if you place the device right up to the in door emitter along with the added benefit of providing a weaker boost for a few feet if you are on a phone. The closer you are the better the boost.

My first post and i just wanted to give everyone a heads up, Google Express has a 25% off with coupon code (EXTRA25)  until 7/17/2018. I just purchased my weboost setup.  Just search (weboost) in the Google Express home page.


RE: cell signal booster - Tom_M - 07-09-2018

(07-08-2018, 08:46 AM)desert diversion Wrote:  My first post and i just wanted to give everyone a heads up, Google Express has a 25% off with coupon code (EXTRA25)  until 7/17/2018. I just purchased my weboost setup.  Just search (weboost) in the Google Express home page.
Be aware that some units only do 3G. 3G is slated to be shut down at the end of next year. It would be best to get one that does both 3G and 4G.