AT&T Mobile Virtual Network Operators (MVNO):
|420 Wireless||Aeris Communications, Inc.||AirVoice Wireless|
|Black Wireless||Boom Mobile||campusSIMs|
|Consumer Cellular||Cricket Wireless||Defense Mobile|
|FamilyTalk Wireless||Flash Wireless||good2GO Mobile|
|H2O Wireless||KDDI Mobile||Jolt Mobile|
|Net10 Wireless||Pix Wireless||Pure TalkUSA|
|Red Pocket Mobile||SkyView Wireless||Straight Talk|
Are you having trouble with your Android and iPhone reception in your vehicle, or inside your home or workspace? An AT&T signal amplifier by weBoost can help eliminate dropped connections, improve voice quality, provide faster data uploads and downloads on Androids and iPhones. It can also give you up to two hours additional talk time on a single battery charge. There's another great benefit that solutions available directly from AT&T cannot match - An AT&T reception booster by Wilson/ weBoost will also boost coverage for other cell phone carriers! That means that your friends, co-workers or family members who have cellular service with a carrier other than AT&T can also benefit from the boosted signal when they visit your home or travel with you in your vehicle.
weBoost 4G kits help take advantage of more speed and more power of the faster and stronger AT&T 4G, 5G, LTE+ or LTE Advanced networks to download and upload wireless data as fast as your phone and AT&T is capable of providing.
AT&T's 2G, 3G, and HSPA+ 4G networks operate on standard dual-band frequencies - all dual-band amplifiers will work. AT&T's 4G LTE network uses the 700 MHz frequency on Bands 4 and 17, so if you need AT&T LTE data support, look for an AT&T LTE specific booster only.
AT&T is the United States' second largest wireless communication service. Originally known as Cingular, the companies eventually became AT&T after a series of acquisitions and a major rebranding.
AT&T’s 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) and 3G (UMTS/HSPA) networks run on the same frequencies: 800 MHz and 1900 MHz. These frequencies are North America’s standard ones. Dual-band signal boosters can improve your AT&T reception by amplifying both of them. Buy an AT&T signal booster today and see the difference!
Quicker than 3G, AT&T’s 3G network was upgraded to HSPA+ technology in many areas around North America. Instead of still calling it 3G, AT&T started naming it 4G. If your phone says 4G rather than LTE, you’re probably on this technology. Unlike 4G LTE, this faux 4G uses the same frequencies as 3G (since it is actually 3G, enabling you to use dual band boosters.
AT&T 4G LTE
AT&T’s LTE network makes use of the newly available 700 MHz spectrum, going through 698 to 746 MHz. This spectrum was previously used by analog broadcast television, but is now AT&T’s. If you want to boost this network as well as the 2G and 3G networks, then get a tri-band or five band one.
If you have a 3G AT&T phone, get any standard dual band AT&T cell phone signal booster to improve your signal with this carrier - the same goes for a 4G phone with no mention of LTE. If you have an LTE signal, get a tri-band or five-band booster that boosts 2G, 3G and AT&T 4G LTE.
All 3G and 4G signal boosting products will work to boost reception on all phones on AT&T cellular network. All the ones that state "3G" in their product name will amplify voice, text, and 3G data connections. All items that have "4G" listed in their name will amplify voice, text, 3G as well as 4G, 4G LTE, and 4G Advanced LTE wireless data connections to AT&T mobile towers.