All home & building amplifiers and repeaters listed below are compatible with your Bell service.
Bell Home Signal Boosters for homes, offices, apartments, cottages, farms, and small buildings.
Bell is one of the oldest and largest telecommunications companies in Canada. It has one of the most comprehensive network coverage in the country and its network or service is among the more reliable. However, like all telecommunication companies or service providers, Bell too has network issues. There is a clear distinction of regions where the network availability and the signal strength will be as desired and there are regions where the company declaredly has poor reception or lack of sufficient network availability. When it comes to internet, Bell has substantially varying network access and the bandwidth varies by over a dozen megabits per second. There are areas where one can enjoy up to one gigabit per second download speeds but there are areas where the speed can be as poor as one megabit per second and much less for upload.
Whether you are using Bell for voice and data or either, you would want consistent signals and better reception. Depending on the location, you may need a Bell signal booster for home. There are many types of Bell signal boosters for home and you would have to choose one that is most apt for your area, for your needs and the kind of property you have.
There are four types of Bell signal boosters for home. They are categorized according to their coverage. You can choose from small area, medium area, large area or very large area signal boosters.
Those who have small homes or relatively compact apartments would do well with a small area Bell signal booster for home. It is often observed that the signal strength varies from one part of the house to another. The signal strength may not be uniform. There could be some parts of your home where you would not get any network reception at all. These glitches are fairly common, and the only thing you can do is pick a small area Bell signal booster for home, to ensure network availability and workable signal strength.
WeBoost 3G Flex is a small area Bell signal booster for home. It works with 2G Voice and 3G Data. It can cover an area of 500 sq. ft.; that is if you have pretty strong signals outside. If the signal outside is weak or medium, then you can expect to get coverage of 50 sq. ft. to 250 sq. ft., respectively. The 3G Flex offers a signal boost of 45 dB. That is the maximum. You can also use the 3G Flex outside or anywhere you go. It is convenient to carry so you can have it with you while traveling.
Those who have medium sized homes, for instance a three-bedroom apartment or a two-storey standalone house, will need a medium area Bell signal booster for home. The small area boosters will work but they wouldn’t be able to have the kind of coverage or the signal boost required across a relatively larger area.
• weBoost Home 3G (473105) Desktop Booster Kit for Bell is a potential choice. It is compatible with 2G Voice and 3G Data. It can cover an area of 1,500 sq. ft. If the signal outside is weak, then the coverage can dwindle down to 150 sq. ft. But even with medium signal strength outside, you can expect coverage of anywhere from 500 sq. ft. to 1000 sq. ft., which is pretty much what medium sized homes require. The max. signal strength boost this device can offer is 60 dB. That is good enough to have lucid communications and seamless net connectivity.
• weBoost Home 4G (470101) Desktop Booster Kit for Bell's latest HSPA, HSPA+, 4G LTE, and 4G Advanced LTE networks is an obvious choice if you are using fastest networks Bell offers. This is basically the 4G variant of the 3G Desktop Booster Kit from weBoost. It has the same coverage area of 1500 square feet and it can provide a maximum boost of 60 dB. When the 4G network availability is very poor, the coverage would be much less than 1500 sq. ft.
• Bell weBoost Connect 3G (472105) Omni Antenna Booster Kit is ideal for homes that are larger than two or three thousand square feet. The coverage offered by this Bell signal booster for home is an impressive 3,500 sq. ft. It works with 2G and 3G networks. It can offer a max boost of 65 dB. Even if the signal outside is at its weakest, you would get a substantial boost across 250 sq. ft. which is good enough for a room that you are in, at any given moment in time.
• weBoost Bell Connect 3G (472205) Yagi Antenna Booster Kit is for even larger homes. Houses that span or have a total floor area of more than 5,000 square ft. will not have sufficient coverage or signal boost using aforementioned devices. This Bell signal booster for home can cover an area of 5,000 sq. feet. It is compatible with 2G Voice and 3G Voice & Data. Even when the signal is very weak outside, the coverage is an impressive 1,000 sq. ft. For areas with medium signal strength, the coverage is 3,500 sq. ft. The device provides a boost of up to 65 dB. This Bell signal booster for home has a 4G variant, the weBoost Connect 4G (470103) Booster Kit With Yagi Antenna which is compatible with its highest speed 4G LTE Voice Data Streaming Network.
Some signal boosters are designed for large areas for homes and buildings. Although most homes would find the aforementioned boosters sufficient, but there are premises or estates out there (maybe like yours) that span an area greater than 5,000 sq. ft. Such properties will require a large area Bell signal booster for home. Residential buildings in particular can benefit from weBoost Connect 3G-X (470105) Large Area Signal Booster Kit which offers coverage of 10,000 sq. ft. For areas with weak signal strength outside, the coverage is more than 2,000 sq. ft. The coverage is an impressive 7,500 sq. ft. when the signal strength outside is medium. This Bell signal booster for home can enhance the signal strength by a massive 70 Db. It also has a 4G variant, weBoost Connect 4G-X (471104) Large Area Signal Booster for Bell Mobility.
Should you require boosters to cover areas greater than 10,000 square feet, you would need a very large area Bell signal booster for home. Check out the Wilson Pro 70 Series. There are five options covering anywhere from 25,000 square feet to whopping 50,000 square feet. The boosting capacity varies as well, so you can choose the device that gives you the required signal boost.
Using a Bell signal booster for home ensures seamless connectivity and the network becomes more reliable. It is quintessential to ensure that you have network availability, to avoid call drops and loss of data packets. Slow internet speeds and calls full of glitches can be easily countered with a Bell signal booster for home. Choose a device that is compatible with the network you use (2G, 3G or 4G, 4G LTE, 4G LTE Advanced) and would offer you the required signal strength across your home. You may choose to boost the signal strength in just one room or some areas as well. Choose a Bell signal booster for home accordingly.