Posted by Admin on Jul 08, 2015
Features of weBoost 470102
The weBoost 3G-M has ability to provide a boost to signals of phones operating on Carrier networks in US and Canada. A team of customer support specialists based in USA will provide you with easy access to customer assistance whenever any problem is experienced. You can reach one of our experts at toll-free contact numbers. Aside from the boosting amplifier, the package also includes magnet antenna, power adapter, and in-vehicle antenna.
With weBoost 470102, installation is going to be hassle-free. It comes with comprehensive instructions providing you with a step-by-step guide on how it can be installed. It does not take a genius to figure out how it can be assembled.
Say Goodbye to Signal Obstructions
Poor signal can be a waste of money. You spend longer time talking to people on other end of the line because you cannot clearly understand each other. You consume more data as it takes what it seems forever for one website to load. Bottom-line, it wastes your money and time. This does not have to happen if you have weBoost 3G-M installed in your vehicle. It bypasses signal obstructions, even if there are tall trees or if you are in a covered forest.
Make Road Trips More Fun
Thinking of hitting the road on summer vacation with the whole family? There is no better way to have everyone on-board be entertained than by providing an excellent signal so they can do what they enjoy on their wireless devices. With the weBoost 470102, multiple devices can be connected, and each can access Internet without affecting speed in each device. With high-speed data available, you can access GPS while other passengers can check social media sites, upload pictures, watch videos, or play games, among other fun online activities. No more boring road trips as everyone gets to have robust Internet signal.
The weBoost 3G-M is indeed an incredible device for your car or truck. With its compact size, it is surprising to know how functional and beneficial it can prove to be! Weak signals are now a thing of the past...