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Reuters January 6 2015

January 12, 2015 — by WEBOOST

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weBoost®, Formerly Wilson Electronics, Introduces New Product Lines and Updated Product Designs

weBoost®, Formerly Wilson Electronics, Introduces New Product Lines and Updated Product Designs

Leading Maker of Cellular Signal Boosters Unveils weBoost Life and weBoost Work Product Lines, as well as Updated Consumer Product Designs along with New-look Retail Packaging

weBoost®, the global leader in cellular signal boosters formerly known as Wilson Electronics, unveiled the rebranded company’s new product lines, updated consumer product designs featuring new features and benefits, and new-look retail packaging at 2015 International CES.

“A reliable cellular connection for use with a broad range of mobile devices is critical to staying connected in today’s fast-paced world and can make a difference, be it in our personal or professional lives,” said Lonnie Arima, vice president of Global Sales and Marketing for weBoost. “At weBoost we believe that staying connected, whether at home, in the workplace, or on the road, is vitally important to all of our global customers.”

The company’s new weBoost Work and weBoost Life product lines include signal boosters designed to improve reception and coverage on all cellular networks for users in the workplace, at home or on the road. The results include fewer missed calls and lost connections, a stronger and more reliable signal, extended calling range, faster downloads, and up to two hours additional talk time on a single battery charge.

Additionally, all weBoost signal boosters feature a newly designed dynamic gain control system, which maximizes the signal connection automatically, adjusting to varying external signal strength and environmental changes including to the landscape. For the customer, the experience is seamless and the result is a consistent, reliable signal.

The weBoost Life product line includes the company’s redesigned Drive and Home signal booster systems. weBoost Drive 3G and Drive 4G systems, MSRP from $149.99, boost cellular signal for a single user or multiple users in a vehicle, depending on the specific Drive booster model. weBoost’s Home 3G and Home 4G booster systems, MSRP from $299.99, improve cellular reception and coverage in one to two rooms of a home or small workplace location.

The weBoost Work line comprises the company’s new Connect and Signal systems. weBoost Connect systems, MSRP from $449.99, are designed to boost reception in indoor SoHo or larger home settings. The weBoost Signal line, MSRP from $139.99, is specifically designed to boost coverage for machine-to-machine (M2M) installations, which allow exchange of data between devices or networks in commercial applications.

“Redesigning the look of our products and packaging, and refreshing product lines with new features and benefits is part of a more significant strategic initiative by weBoost to inform consumers, grow market awareness and promote broader adoption of cellular signal boosting technology,” Arima said.

“Research from multiple industry sources shows weak cellular reception and dropped calls affect up to three-quarters of all smartphone and tablet users. Our role is to let consumers know that weBoost can solve those pressing problems right now with products that deliver great value and seamless implementation.”

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