Cisco AT&T Microcell Wireless Cell Signal Booster Tower Antenna
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- Supports voice and 3G data for 3G/4G/LTE mobile phones, including iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, etc.
- Simple setup process using quick setup guide - Note that you must have an official AT&T account (not a 3rd-party carrier)
- Status Indicators: Cell Signal, GPS Signal, Internet Connectivity, Power
- Works at home or the office (broadband internet connection via Ethernet is required) Note that satellite internet connections often have too much delay for this device to work properly
- High quality design and construction by Cisco Systems, a leader in cellular and network technology
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This AT&T Microcell is built by Cisco Systems, a leader in cellular network technology. It can provide up to 5 bars of AT&T cell signal to your 3G and 4G mobile phones (including iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, etc). Setup is quick and easy - just follow the 10-minute setup in the included "quick-start" guide and it will be up and running typically within 2 hours of setup. Note that this device requires internet connectivity through a wired Ethernet connection (cable is included). Most wired and wireless routers include 4 or more of these ports. Also requires installation close enough to a window to receive GPS signals for use during emergency (911) calls. Highly secure device that cannot be accessed by unauthorized users. Supports up to four voice or data users simultaneously.
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Plug in the electrical connection, plug in a network cable to your home network. Go to the ATT website included with the device, logon to your wireless ATT account or create one if you don't have one attached to your phone, enter in the serial number of the Microcell, add all the ATT cellphone numbers that will be using the device, press enter, within 90 minutes you will be up and running, (mine took 20 minutes). I can now go anywhere in my 2300 square foot home. I work from home and taking calls in the basement was always hit or miss, mostly miss, now there are no issues whatsoever I can go anywhere in my home to make or receive calls and text. Basically this just routes all your calls via the internet when you are connected to the Microcell, your calls actually sound better too and they don't have the latency with normal cell traffic.
Well, not really. Calls would drop constantly. We tried placing the Microcell all over the house, near windows, etc, trying to find the best spot. At the end of the day it was just an exercise in frustration and I just unplugged the dumb thing.