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April 17, 2017 — by EMILY FISHERSHARE ARTICLE
weBoost, a St. George, Utah-based supplier of cell signal boosters, announced the launch of the Drive 4G-X RV, the brand’s most powerful in-vehicle cell phone signal booster providing up to 32-times stronger cell signal.
RV owners will be able to experience better call quality, faster data uploads and downloads, fewer lost connections, and dead zones when on the road or off.
The Drive 4G-X RV increases the reach of cellular signals by a maximum 50 decibels.
It accomplishes this with an external antenna that reaches out to access cellular signal and delivers it to the booster. The booster amplifies the signal and serves as the relay between the phone/device and the nearest cell tower. As a result, mobile devices receive stronger signals that are fed through the booster back to the network.
“Just like people expect good cell coverage at the house, they expect it in their ‘home on the road.’ Part of the RV experience is not sacrificing the luxuries, comforts and necessities of home,” said Bruce Lancaster, Wilson Electronics’ CEO. “Because it provides access to family, friends, work and all of the media we now associate with modern technology’s access to 4G cellular signal, every RV enthusiast should consider packing the Drive 4G-X RV.”
The new booster is smaller, thus takes up less of the valuable space in the RV. Set up is easier with an omni-directional antenna, meaning the user does not need to determine which direction the cell tower is. The comprehensive Drive 4G-X RV kit includes all the components needed for a do-it-yourself, one-time installation.
Accommodating up to four users across all carriers simultaneously, including Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile, the booster enhances talk, text and high-speed 4G LTE, as well as 3G network signals.
The Drive 4G-X RV is available for purchase online at store.weboost.com/products/drive-4g-x-rv and through resellers. All boosters come with a 2-year warranty.
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