Choose the category type of Bell cell phone signal booster needed above that is compatible with your Bell Service. Or use the product selector shown in the top right corner, that will help you to quickly find the most suitable cell phone booster. Stop call drops with Bell Cellular Booster by Wilson/ weBoost. Get an added benefit of boosting signal of other Canadian cell phone carriers as well.
Bell Home Signal Boosters:
Boost signal in homes, offices, apartments, cottages, farms, and small buildings.
Bell Vehicle Signal Boosters:
Boost signal in cars, trucks, RVs, boats, and other vehicles.
Bell M2M Signal Boosters:
Boost signal for machine to machine applications such as fleet telematics, ATMs, vending machines, asset tracking systems and remote monitoring control systems such as monitored alarms, etc.
Are you having trouble with reception in your vehicle, or inside your home or workspace? A Bell signal amplifier by weBoost can help eliminate dropped connections, improve voice quality, provide faster data uploads and downloads. 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 Bell cannot match - A Bell 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 Bell can also benefit from the boosted signal.
Named Bell Cellular until 1993, Bell Mobility is Canada’s third largest wireless carrier using CDMA, LTE and HSPA+ Networks. Both its CDMA and HSPA+ Networks use the 850 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies, which are the standard dual-band frequencies which will work with all dual-band boosters, whilst LTE uses AWS in Band 4 and Band 7, which require an AWS booster.
About Bell Mobility
Bell Mobility also owns Virgin Mobile Canada, Solo Mobile and Loblaws prepaid PC Telecom, all of which use the Bell Mobility network. Many areas also use Bell Mobility for roaming needs.
Bell was one of the first LTE operators, launching in 2011 in greater Toronto, with the nationwide rollout to 98% coverage of Canada be complete sometime in 2015. All LTE-specific plans also work with HSPA+ networks at no additional charge—since the company has not yet launched its voice over LTE (VoLTE service)
CDMA and HSPA+ phones on the will work with all standard dual band Bell cell phone signal boosters - but if you have LTE, go with an LTE booster that works with Bell Mobility.
All signal boosting products listed at three links above will work to boost reception on all phones on Bell 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 Bell mobile towers.