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weBoost Home MultiRoom (470144) Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit | Up to 5,000 sq ft | All U.S. Carriers - Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint & More | FCC Approved
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- TARGETED COVERAGE FOR TWO TO THREE ROOMS — The Home MultiRoom provides enhanced cellular reception for up to 5, 000 square feet or up to three rooms; allowing everyone to enjoy fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, and faster data speeds within its coverage area
- CARRIER COMPATIBILITY — Home MultiRoom works with all U. S. carriers; including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Straight Talk, and U. S. Cellular as well as all phones and cellular-connected devices
- TOOL-FREE INSTALLATION — No drills necessary while using a flat window cable to connect the Home MultiRoom booster to the outside antenna. The inside antenna can either be placed on a shelf or mounted on a wall with the included 3M Command strips. With its specially designed bracket, the outside antenna can be quickly pointed toward nearby cell towers for increased signal strength
- FCC APPROVED — With 65 dB max gain, the Home MultiRoom meets all FCC guidelines and won’t interrupt or harm any carriers’ signals to and from the cell tower. With 21 dBm in uplink-output power and 12 dBm in downlink-output power, this home booster easily reaches cell phone towers from far distances
- 5G COMPATIBLE--All weBoost products continue to support the latest in 5G technology, working seamlessly within a 5G network to deliver the best cell signal possible
- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED — The Home MultiRoom is backed by a 2-year manufacturer’s and a 30-day money-back by weBoost
- PROUDLY AMERICAN — The only booster designed, assembled, and tested in the USA with US customer support: Our products are not manufactured in China
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The weBoost Home MultiRoom cell signal booster boosts network speeds across all carriers for up to three rooms. Users will experience faster data speeds, better voice quality, fewer dropped calls and superior streaming capability. The Home MultiRoom works with all U. S. carriers—including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and more. Regardless of your carrier, it’s to improve coverage for multiple cellular devices and users at once; allowing everyone to make crystal clear calls and enjoy uninterrupted data. The outside antenna features an adjustable clamp that attaches to a roof-top vent pipe or standard antenna pole, or you can attach the antenna to the side of your home with the included mounting bracket. For added versatility and convenience, the inside antenna can either be placed on a shelf or mounted on a wall.The weBoost Home Multiroom will amplify cell signal from available bands 4, 5, 12/17, 13 and 2.
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1) You have to research which bands the booster will boost and compare them to which bands your cell phone provider (and your specific cell phone) uses. WeBoost (and others) sell different boosters for different bands and carriers. It would seem obvious - but if this booster does not boost the band(s) you need, then you will get no boost (which is the main complaint the negative reviewers post).
2) The antenna is DIRECTIONAL, which means you need to point it in the direction of the tower(s) you are going to be using. If you don't, it can drastically affect how well it works (or doesn't).
How-To (or How-I-Did):
Before I ordered: I used a free phone app for Android called "Network Cell Info Lite" (there are others that do the same thing), which would tell me 1) what bands my phone was using, and 2) what direction the towers were from my current location. With the app installed on my phone, I climbed up on a ladder until I finally got a signal (I got 0 signal on the ground, so climbing the ladder was a necessity). About 15 feet off the ground, I got about -110dbm of signal, and found that the phone would alternate between band 5 and band 13. I checked, and this booster does both of them, so I ordered it. I also checked, and it showed me the location of the towers, both of which were in the same direction, north and east of my location.
When the WeBoost arrived (along with a $18 Wilson mast I bought to mount it to the side of my barn), I unpacked the unit and read the directions. I mounted the antenna on the side of the barn about 18 feet off the ground, and pointed the antenna roughly in the direction of where I knew the towers were from my pre-order checklist. Then I ran the cables, and setup the booster and the inside antenna as explained in the directions.
I turned everything on, and was disappointed to find I got 0 signal boost. I pulled out the app again, and checked the location of the towers, and realized I had the antenna pointed about 20 degrees the wrong way.
When I looked close, I also saw I had it probably 15 degrees out of line on the horizontal axis as well. That's what I get for 'eyeballing it'. Back up the ladder with the phone in hand, and this time I got it lined up within about 1-2 degrees of 'perfect' (at least according to where the phone said the towers are).
OH SNAP, THAT WORKED!!!! The light on the booster unit went from red to green, and I found I suddenly had 4 out of 5 bars of 4G signal when standing in the exact same spot(s) where I previously had 0 signal at all (no 3g, no 4g, not even 1x). Phone worked fantastic, download speeds were great, etc.
This specific unit has a higher level of boost (covers more area) than most, and I find that my phone works anywhere within about 100 feet of the inside antenna that re-transmits the boosted signal.
So in summary - the antenna is pretty directional, so you need to get it lined up on the tower you want it to boost from pretty well, and you need to have a unit that boosts the band(s) your phone/provider uses. If you can do those two things, this thing works GREAT. If you can't do those two things, you may have a less than happy experience with this thing (and probably any booster, as they all work on the same principles).
Hope this helps.
The installation is straight forward, not easy but not quantum physics. It requires planning ahead and a little elbow grease and patience. I cannot stress the patience part enough! I was fortunate to have an open RG6 cable running from my attic to my basement. This sped the whole installation up. I ran all the wires and did a test placement of the indoor and outdoor antenna the first day. I was already receiving a better signal. The next day i installed outdoor and indoor antennas in their permanent spots. On the third day, with the help of a friend, slowly moved the external antenna, degree by degree until I got the signal I wanted. I was lucky that another reviewer had mentioned that even the tiniest adjustment could make a huge difference, he was right. I had 2 to 3 bars and I would’ve been happy with that but I kept at it , patience, lots of it, all of a sudden I moved the antenna back less than a degree, rechecked, 3 to 4 bars of perfectly clear, wonderful cell signal. Everyone agrees it is night and day. I don’t mind answering my cell phone now. I am very happy with my purchase, it was worth it for me.