Posted by Admin on May 20, 2015
In an earlier blog entry, we briefly explained how cell phone signal boosters could be used to improve cell phone signals. In this article, we’ll be covering why the weBoost signal booster is right for you.
When you think of a weBoost cell phone signal booster, you may only think of this technology as something that can boost your cell phone’s signal and keep your phone from dropping calls. Most of you, unless you have significant issues with dropped calls and poor signals, might decide that the problem isn’t that big. You may be thinking that you are better off dealing with the dropped calls or choosing a lower cost or free option, like Wi-Fi-calling or using Wi-Fi with Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) apps. However, to handle your calling issues in this manner, may be a mistake.
Just deciding to let the problem linger can be damaging to your career if you have a boss that calls you frequently or you use your phone to make customer or client calls. If your boss calls you and he/she can’t usually hear you clearly, the call drops frequently, or you have to use an alternate number or app for making calls, it’s going to make you look bad. If you’re trying to talk to a client or customer and get some information, and the call drops out or you have trouble hearing them, it’s not only going to take up more of their time, but more of your time as well - And once again, that’s going to make you look bad.
You want to come across to both your boss and your clients as well-put-together and reliable. You don’t want to waste time dealing with difficult communication issues when that time could be better spent making money by talking to more clients. In order to accomplish these and more, you need a reliable cell-phone signal.
weBoost cell phone signal boosters will not only boost your cell phone signal, but will also give you a better signal for voice calling and wireless data transfer. You will be able to hear the callers better and they will be able to hear you better. With Wi-Fi-calling or a lower-cost option, you may be able to make your calls without worrying about the call dropping, but that doesn’t guarantee that the voice quality will be good. For example, in a review of VoIP apps, apps that can be downloaded and used with Wi-Fi to make calls, 16 VoIP apps were tested and reviewed. Two important things were discovered: Only one app, Skype, had excellent sound quality, while the rest only had good sound quality (standard cell phone sound quality). Some app sound qualities could vary depending on Wi-Fi signal strength
Yes, Wi-Fi calling is a money-saving option, but if you’re looking to make and receive frequent calls, you’re going to want reliable, excellent voice quality - which is what you get from using a weBoost cell phone signal booster.
Using a weBoost cell phone signal booster also gives you the extra benefit of a better data signal. This is something that Wi-Fi-calling and lower-cost options don’t offer. Data is used for apps and Internet on your phone, which means that by giving you a better data signal, weBoost will get you the best data rates that the tower can relay. This would mean better and faster data transfer wirelessly.
Choosing to use a weBoost cell phone signal booster has the ability to not only fix your calling issues, but also make your overall cell phone experience better.
weBoost cell phone signal boosters work with all types of cell phone devices and carriers. Each basic system comes with an outside antenna to collect the signal from the cell tower, a signal booster to enhance the signal, an inside antenna to broadcast the improved signal, and cabling to connect the three parts together. The payment for the weBoost signal booster is also one-time only when you purchase it (so no re-occurring fees or charges on your cell phone bill) and it comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee and a 2-year manufacturer's warranty.
Each system also comes with an installation guide that shows how to set up a signal booster. To determine where to place your outside antenna, find a location outside your building or vehicle where you can make a call without a booster. This is where you should place your antenna. If you receive a strong enough signal to make a call outdoors, the signal should be strong enough for the booster to enhance it inside your vehicle or building. However, remember that the FCC requires that you report your signal booster (most of the time via an online registration system) to your cell carrier to get their approval before installing it.
Signal boosters mainly differ in two main ways: By the problems they solve (the location the boosters are needed) and whether they’re 3G or 4G. There are weBoost signal boosters available for the following four categories:
Vehicles only (cars, trucks, RVs, vans, minivans, and boats)
Vehicle and House (if you want a booster that is interchangeable)
Establishments (homes, offices, cabins, apartments, and buildings)
Machine to Machine
To see the full list of weBoost signal boosters available, please go to https://cellphonesignalbooster.us/differences-between-various-cell-phone-signal-boosters/
Of these signal boosters, you can choose to get a 3G or 4G signal booster. A 3G signal booster amplifies talk and text and basic Internet, while a 4G signal booster does the same, but with high-speed Internet and faster data delivery. You do not have to choose the same type of signal as your phone. A 3G signal booster will work with a 4G phone and a 4G signal booster will work with a 3G phone. More information about the differences between 3G and 4G signal boosters is available at https://cellphonesignalbooster.us/blog/what-is-the-difference-between-3g-versus-lte-4g-signal-boosters/.
Therefore, if you want to make a good impression and stop stressing over dropped calls, low signals, poor voice quality, and slow data, take a look now, and see if there’s a weBoost cell phone signal booster that will work for you.