Posted by Admin on October 25, 2017
Improving portable Wifi & Mifi means strengthening Verizon Mobile Hotspot's wireless connection to the nearest Verizon Wireless cell tower. Verizon hotspot signal boosters for home, apartment and office building and Verizon hotspot signal boosters for car, truck or SUV help you to do just that. Our direct-connect signal boosters for Verizon can also provide signal boost directly through antenna port of your Verizon hotspot cellular device.
In-car signal boosters and in-home signal boosters from weBoost are capable of resolving weak reception of your Verizon Aircard, whether you're using the device in the car, in your home, apartment or office building.
A Verizon Aircard, also called as MiFi, Jetpack, Hotspot, Turbo Stick or Internet Stick allows users to connect to high speed internet no matter where they are. Just connect the Verizon internet stick to a laptop or desktop computer to access high speed internet. This device works in the same manner as a modem.
For the MiFi to work, it has to access the Verizon cellular network. But there are many places where the Verizon cellular network is weak, because of reasons such as distance from the nearest cell tower or obstructions in the way.
In-house weBoost signal boosters for Verizon Aircard catch hold of weak signals from the outside and strengthen them considerably, so that they can be used by your Verizon MiFi. Do have a look at the in-house weBoost signal boosters for Verizon MiFi, and in-vehicle weBoost signal boosters for Verizon Internet Stick for car, truck or SUV.
About Verizon Aircard.
There are three types of MiFis sold by Verizon. These Internet Sticks are connected to Verizon’s wireless network. How they connect to the computer is different. The first and the oldest version of the Verizon Aircard is the PCMCIA which is connected to the Type 2 PC card slot of a computer.
The second type of a Verizon Turbo Stick is one that connects to the Express Card slot of the computer or laptop and is useful to those that don’t have a PCMCIA slot.
The third type of Aircard is a USB card or internet stick that is connected to the computer through any USB port that is available.
What a Verizon Turbo Stick Does...
Verizon’s internet sticks connect to Verizon’s wireless broadband internet service. They access the same network as that accessed by the cell phones connected to Verizon. When the internet stick is connected to a compatible slot and the user logs on to their broadband account on Verizon, the device connects to the internet in just a few seconds, and allows the user to access the websites on the network.
The advantage of a Verizon internet stick is that it allows the user to access the internet on the go. You don’t need to be near a mobile hotspot, home or have a DSL modem to be connected to the internet. All you need is to be connected to the Verizon cellular network.
If the Verizon cellular network fails to work, then you will need signal boosters for Verizon Internet Stick from weBoost to ensure a consistent connection.
Verizon Aircard Plans.
Verizon MiFi comes in a variety of plans ranging from $70 to $200. These plans include the purchase of the turbo stick only and not the internet access. You will have to pay separately for the internet access.
Those signing up for a two-year contract on the Verizon MiFi will get discounts which bring the price of the internet sticks down to $20 to $150.
The more expensive turbo sticks are capable of connecting to a global network, while the lower priced ones are meant only for domestic users. The Verizon Aircard data plans cost $40 to $60 a month. Users can also sign up for a single day’s access to the data plans for $15.
Are you looking for a signal booster for Verizon Mobile Wifi, Mifi, AirCard, USB internet stick, Cradlepoint Router, or Jetpack? Contact us to know more about the weBoost signal boosters for Verizon mobile hotspot cellular devices.