Choosing Your Cell Phone Signal Booster

by Jul 11, 2016Fleet Management0 comments

Dropped calls, slow internet, and lack of signal strength are problems that plague all cell phone users at one time or another. Even the best service providers hit dead spots and that’s where solutions are needed. When you can’t get the cell phone service you need, what can you do?

Thankfully, there’s an easy answer. At xTSS, we offer a wide range of cell phone signal boosters from weBoost and SureCall. These devices grab the best available signal and boost it for your use, no matter the carrier or phone you use.

If you are looking to purchase a signal booster, use these tips to choose the right one for your use.

1. Why

Each cell phone signal booster is designed for a specific use. The antennas used to connect to local signals differ depending on the reason and whether it’s for residential, commercial, industrial, or vehicular use. You cannot use a vehicular booster in your home and vice-versa. If you want the best signal strength and reliability, choose the right device.

2. What

As our cell networks have developed and changed, the cell signal boosters have changed, too. Each device is based on a specific network — 2G, 3G, and 4G — and the type of desired coverage — voice and data, voice-only, or carrier-specific data. If you are unsure about your needs or you think they will change in the future, try the SureCall Fusion5. This device operates on plug-and-play technology and boasts the highest 4G rate in the country. It works with all devices and carriers, which makes it ideal for any who need it.

3. Where

Before you purchase your cell phone signal booster, you need to know the size of your coverage area. The strength and range of each booster is designed to cover a specific area. The most powerful boosters can cover massive areas, such as hospitals, college campuses, and government buildings. Other boosters are made for residential or office spaces and limited to areas of around 6,000 sq. ft. and no more than 5-10 users. Determine your space requirements before making your selection.

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