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MTS Home Signal Boosters:
Boost signal in homes, offices, apartments, cottages, farms, and small buildings.
MTS Vehicle Signal Boosters:
Boost signal in cars, trucks, RVs, boats, and other vehicles.
MTS 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.
MTS is a company that is looking to rely more on HSPA+ and LTE moving into the future. Its 3G services make use of the two bands common to North American wireless providers.
MTS stands for Manitoba Telecom Services, and it's one of the four biggest wireless telecom companies in Canada. It's been around for a very long time, since nearly the start of the 20th century, and it continues to be a major player in the Canadian telecommunications sector. While the company does maintain a CDMA network, this is slated to shut down at the tail end of 2016. From that point on, its network is expected to lean heavily on its HSPA+ and LTE frequencies, among others.
MTS 3G Signal Boosters
As far as 3G is concerned, MTS offers UMTS and HSPA via the 850 MHz and 1900 MHz frequencies. This puts it squarely in line with other North American telecoms companies, which use the same or similar frequencies. Because of the popularity of these frequencies, dual band MTS cell phone signal boosters were developed which can amplify both frequencies, resulting in even better signal strength and connectivity.
MTS "4G" HSPA+
While certain services are called 4G, it's actually more accurate to refer to them as 3.5G, because they're closer in nature to 3G than to LTE. That said, MTS has stated that its HSPA+ speeds approach 21 Mbps for downloads, so that is clearly quite fast. Now, 4G generally makes use of the same frequencies that a company uses for its 3G services. So in this case, a signal booster that can amplify an 850 MHz frequency should be able to help with both 3G and "4G" connectivity.
MTS 4G LTE
When it comes to true LTE, MTS makes use of the 1700 and 2100 MHz frequencies. This means that if you would like to have stronger LTE connectivity, you need to get a signal booster that can handle one or both of these frequencies. Having better access to LTE may very well be worth it, given the much higher speeds compared to 3G and faux 4G. MTS has stated that its LTE network can provide a customer up to 150 Mbps for downloads and 50 Mbps for upload.
It's best to avoid reliance on the CDMA network of MTS because this will soon be coming to an end. As far as their 3G and 4G service are concerned, common frequencies allow the use of dual-band signal boosters. As for LTE, signal boosters can also be used to amplify one or both of the frequencies used by this telecommunications firm. In the end, as with most signal booster purchases, the best way to proceed is to check and confirm which frequencies are most applicable to your device and your area, and then find the signal boosting device which amplifies that particular frequency or frequencies.
All signal boosting products listed at links shown above will work to boost reception on all phones on MTS 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 MTS mobile towers.