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RV 4G (Discontinued) | 470201

Ideal for:RVs, Campers, Trailers
  • Fastest network speeds
  • Multi-user wireless booster
  • Up to 60 decibels (dB) gain
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Product Description

weBoost brings you seemless, uniterrupted cellular connectivity in your parked RV. Whether you're sharing vacation pics or checking email, the weBoost RV 4G cell phone booster gives you a stronger signal in your RV while stationary.

 

If you are looking for a RV product that can be used while in motion and stationary, check out our new Drive 4G-X RV (470410)

 

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Features
  • Optional indoor accessory kit available
  • To be used only when RV is stationary
  • Friendly, U.S.-based customer support
  • All components needed for installation in one package
  • FCC Certified
Benefits
  • Extends cellular signal range
  • Reliable cell signal and more consistent data speeds
  • Faster data downloads
  • Up to 2 hours additional talk time in weak-signal areas
  • Boosts signal for all U.S. & Canada cell carriers

How It Works

Signal boosters increase cell signal by collecting signals with a powerful antenna, delivering those signals to the booster, amplifying the cell signals so your devices receive them, and delivering your device's boosted signals back to the cell tower.

1

Receives
Signal

The outside antenna reaches out to the cell tower to access voice and data signals.

2

Transmits
Signal

The booster receives the outside signal from the outside antenna.

3

Boosts
Signal

The booster amplifies the outside signal up to and sends it to the inside antenna.

4

Expands
Signal

The inside antenna broadcasts the boosted signal inside the vehicle.

Specs

Model Number:470201
FrequencyBand 12/17700 MHz
Band 13700 MHz
Band 5850 MHz
Band 41700/2100 MHz
Band 21900 MHz
Max Gain60 dB
Power Req110-240 V AC, 50-60 Hz, 8 W
ConnectorsSMA-Female (inside antenna) | F-Female (outside antenna)
Dimensions6.375 x 1.125 x 4.35 in / 16.2 x 3.5 x 10.6 cm
Weight0.4 lbs / 0.18 kg
Price$ 399.99

In the box

Each device comes with everything you need for a complete installation. You can also pick up extra parts to extend your installation, if you need help, just give us a call.

RV 4G (470201)
RV 4G (470201)
Inside Antenna (301211)
Inside Antenna (301211)
AC Power Supply
AC Power Supply

Review Snapshot

4
(57)

Ratings Distribution

  • 1 Star: 6
  • 2 Stars: 2
  • 3 Stars: 9
  • 4 Stars: 9
  • 5 Stars: 31

Most Liked Positive Review

5

Worth the money

I just got this from Camping World. It seems they are the only ones that seem to have them right now. It was a snap to install and works like a charm. I installed it on a 40ft. motorhome. I now have 4 bars instead of the one to two I had. I need to figure out how to make the antenna set up better so that you don't have to install the cable all the time as I move quite often. It would have been nice if it came with clamps to hook it to a pole.

Most Liked Negative Review

1

I do not recommend this product.

This product cost approx $400.00 We traveled from Florida to New Mexico, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and Minnesota. The product does not work very well. In many places there was 3G in town but when setting this booster up, as directed, 25' apart, 18" from antenna in opposite directions, we gain very little or no extra signal with this booster. We have used this booster for 2.5 months now as we travel across America.


3

Works OK

The biggest issue we have with this is the antenna that came with it for rv use can not be mounted to the rv at all. It will always read that the antenna is to close. You will have to mount it to a stake or something 30 ft or so away from the rv to get it to work right.. you would think that since it is for an rv you could mount the antenna on the rv. When you do this you get oscillation on most of the channels.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By Splicer

From Wisconsin

1

I do not recommend this product.

This product cost approx $400.00 We traveled from Florida to New Mexico, Nevada, California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, and Minnesota. The product does not work very well. In many places there was 3G in town but when setting this booster up, as directed, 25' apart, 18" from antenna in opposite directions, we gain very little or no extra signal with this booster. We have used this booster for 2.5 months now as we travel across America.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Was this review helpful to you? Yes: 4 No: 0

Submitted 2 years ago

By La Tortuga

From Minnesota

5

Love My weBoost

I did a lot of research on cell boosters and following a couple of trusted sources I bit the bullet and bought my weBoost RV 4G. I have no regrets it has allowed me to have cell service and internet at locations that I could barley connect and had a lot of dropped calls. I did call customer service with some questions and I found them to be outstanding. As well and the product works its the customer service that has made me a customer for life. Don't bother to show me another brand I am sold on WeBoost. I have told every one I can how great this unit is.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By Gary the golfer

From North Tonawanda NY

5

This unit workes

I had a 3g Solo 60, and it worked for several years as I travel. Verizon has moved to 4g real fast and the unit was the slow link in between 4g, air card and router that it was making my service loose connection to the tower.Purchased new 4g unit and service has improved and no more dropped links with the tower. Hate to spend money but if you want good service.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By Travler

From Huntington West Virginia

5

Just what I needed

Just returned from a 3 month 8700 mile trip. Most campgrounds had adequate cell phone signals, but several did not--nor did they have adequate Wi-Fi. The booster allowed me to get adequate cell phone signals and allowed me to access the internet, using my cell phone as a hot spot. The purchase was a good insurance program.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By IamIra

From Kenner, LA

5

Good product

I use it in my camping trailer. Gives me cell phone access which I otherwise would not have.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By Bill

From Houston, Texas

5

Fantastic Product

If you live in rural America or an area that blocks your cell signals, this is the product you want. After 15 years of trying different phones, different carriers, and different devices, I have finally found something that works and does exactly what it says. It is worth every penny even though the cost seems high. You'll be glad you bought it. It is easy to install and setup. It is dependable and what little I have called for assistance was a very good experience. We got rid of our home phone and have easily paid for this unit by the savings. I had always heard good things about Wilson and the tradition continues with weBoost. Buy this and I can tell you for sure, if you install it correctly, you will be very satisfied.

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By Equinox

From Warrensburg, Mo.

5

I would definitely recommend this booster

Staying in my camper and had zero cell signal, now I get 2/3 bars and 4G/LTE

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

Was this review helpful to you? Yes: 3 No: 0

Submitted 2 years ago

By DAB

From Madison,Ohio

5

From little to no signal to all bars! Awesome!!

Love it!

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 2 years ago

By Dwillist

From Tacoma, WA

3

ReviewedIT

Unfortunately, the unit did not provide any signal improvement and I could not place the two antennas far enough apart inside & outside my 30-foot RV to cancel all signal oscillation. As a result, the booster unit became very hot. I returned the unit and am still waiting to hear back about my refund - no so good!!

Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend to a friend

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Submitted 3 years ago

By RAF

From Mobile

Q&A

Showing 10 out of 63 Questions

Asked by Stormy 8 months ago

Question: I just recently purchased this booster and it does not have any signal. The lights are red. What do I need to do? My cell phone has 1-2 bars and my hot spot 1-2 so I know there is some signal reaching my RV. So frustrating.

Answer: Thank you for your question! Red lights typically indicate that the inside ante outside antennas are too close to one another and need to be separated. The amplifier itself needs to be reset once the antennas are moved to receive the new reading. Check the amplifier to see if the lights are green - if they are, then you know that the antennas are separated enough. At that point you should check and see if there's signal coming through to your phone. If for any reason you cannot get the red lights to go away after those tests, then there may be an issue with the cabling or the amplifier which our customer support should help with. We are happy to help! Please let us know if there's anything else we can assist with by calling our customer support at 866-294-1660 or our online support at [email protected] Thank you!

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Asked by Bob 2 years ago

Question: Hi! I just received a new Weboost Home 4G and will install it in a 40' RV. It was not the unit I had planned to get, but it was a deal I could not pass up. It will be used while we are parked, and primarily to boost the signal for our Verizon wireless router which is located above the drivers seat. My question is, - if I install an omnidirectional antenna on the rear ladder, (knowing it may be less effective), is there an internal antenna, either short range or directional, that can be placed with the router that would meet separation distances. I am not concerned with boosting other devices throughout the RV, they would be using WiFi through the router.

Answer: Thank you for your question! We don't recommend using an omni directional antenna with this kit, in an RV, due to oscillation purposes. You would likely see more oscillation with an omni style antenna. Keep in mind, if you see oscillation, but the booster is working adequately, you can leave the set up as is. However, there are a few things we can do to try to combat oscillation. As you likely know, this booster cannot be used while in motion, therefore we are limited on which antenna combinations we can use. We would like to work with you directly to find a solution to best fit your needs. You can reach us here: [email protected]

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Asked by happygimp 3 years ago

Question: Can the external cable be routed inside the camper using one of the coax connections for either satellite or cable TV connections?

Answer: Thank you for your question! There are certain connectors you can route through, but we would want to be sure the coax is standard cable, and has the appropriate frequency tolerance. The other concern is, being sure we use FCC approved minimum cable lengths. We are happy to answer additional questions you may have here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new Or by phone at 866-294-1660.

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Asked by David9036 3 years ago

Question: What are the differences between the RV-4G and the 4G-X models?

Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us! The RV 4G is made for stationary use only, and can cover a larger inside area. This booster has an antenna that will affix to the side of the RV. The Drive 4G-X will have the highest output power allowed by the FCC, and is great for rural travel. This booster can be used while stationary and in motion, and will cover an average of 1-4'. The Drive 4G-X OTR has the same booster as the Drive 4G-X, but contains a mirror mount antenna (304414). For additional questions, you can reach us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by mathteacher1956 3 years ago

Question: We are living in a fifth wheel camper while rebuilding our home after a fire. Should we buy the rv-4g, or the home-4g? We use cricket wireless.

Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us! We are very sorry to hear about your situation, and are happy to help. In order to make the best recommendation for the home, we recommend reaching out to us directly. This way we can walk you through decibel readings at the location, which tell us which booster is best, and approximately what kind of coverage area we can expect to see. Please reach out to us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by NMF1 3 years ago

Question: Can I wire directly to auxiliary marine battery

Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us! You are welcome to wire the power cord directly to the marine battery, as long as there is adequate voltage support. We do have a hardwire supply if needed. For additional questions you can reach us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by MikeInArizona 3 years ago

Question: What is a good system for a fiberglass topped RV? We use a Verizon 6620L hotspot for our cell signal but want to have service both when we are moving and when we are camping. We don't have a ladder to use to attach an antenna.

Answer: Thank you for your question. You would want to look at the Drive 4G-X OTR (470210). This will come with a RV/Trucker antenna that you can mount on your RV. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by Darino 3 years ago

Question: My wife and I are looking to purchase a cell/data booster. Currently our carrier is Sprint and have noticed several manufactures do not support the Sprint 4g/LTE. Does the RV 4G work on the Sprint 4G/LTE network?

Answer: Thank you for reaching out to us. Unfortunately, no booster will cover Sprint 4G/LTE right now. They run their frequency too close to government frequencies and we do not have FCC permission to booster that frequency. If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by luckyme7 3 years ago

Question: Will it help increase my WiFi in RV park

Answer: Thank you for your question. We are only able to help internet connection when it is directly through a carrier, from the carrier tower. If it is strictly WiFi, we do not recommend our products. For additional questions you can reach us here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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Asked by bobgtra 4 years ago

Question: You say, point the antenna towards a cell tower.  How do you know where a cell tower is when you are in the middle of no where?

Answer: Thank you for your question. In certain instances, you may be able to contact your carrier and ask for help in finding the direction of your tower. Or, you can use decibel readings to help point the antenna correctly. To do this, you would have someone near the internal antenna, with the phone in test mode, watching readings while someone else rotates the outside antenna. Watching these numbers get closer to -50 will help identify which direction the antenna should face for optimal boosting. We are more than happy to walk you through this process, or answer any additional questions you may have. You can reach us directly here: http://support.weboost.com/hc/en-us/requests/new

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BEFORE USE, you MUST REGISTER THIS DEVICE with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network. If you are unsure, contact your provider. You MUST operate this device with approved antennas and cables as specified by the manufacturer. Antennas MUST be installed at least 20 cm (8 inches) from any person. You MUST cease operating this device immediately if requested by the FCC or a licensed wireless service provider.

Warning.

E911 location information may not be provided or may be inaccurate for calls served by using this device. Please note, the four largest carriers, namely, AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon and Sprint, and more than 90 regional carriers have given a blanket consent to all boosters meeting the new certification standards