All home & building amplifiers and repeaters listed below are compatible with your Shentel service.
Shentel Home Signal Boosters for homes, offices, apartments, cottages, farms, and small buildings.
Are you looking for the right Shentel booster for your home or building? There are diverse types for buildings and homes. Those mentioned here will work effectively with the Shentel services you're currently using.
Shenandoah Telecommunications Company, Shentel, is a telecoms publicly traded company with its headquarters in Edinburgh, Virginia, in the United States. The company operates a wireline and wireless digital network in the rural regions of Pennsylvania, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia. Currently, the telecoms company's wireless division is operated as an affiliate of Sprint and serves about 1,006,875 subscribers.
Shentel has been around since 1902 where it operated a small phone franchise serving most of the Northern Shenandoah Valley in Virginia across various neighborhoods. At the beginning, it was known as Farmers Mutual Telephone System and required that customers purchased some part of its stock. In the early 20th century, a $10 share of the company is worth about $8,600 currently. In 1960, Farmers Mutual Telephone System changed its name to Shenandoah Telephone Company before becoming Shentel (Shenandoah Telecommunications Company) in 1981.
In 1969, Shentel had its revenue exceeding $1,000,000 before introducing cable TV service by 1980. By 1984, Shentel was offering long distance services at discounted prices and was also selling non-telephone type of equipment that included alarm systems and computers. In the same year, Shentel started providing a fiber optic network, leasing space as well as expanding paging and mobile services and additional voicemail services in 1987. Also in 1987 the Shenandoah Long Distance Company was created.
It had taken over 35 percent of the local market in 1988 and included Shenandoah Network Company that provided fiber optic solutions from north Rockingham County across Maryland, West Virginia, and Virginia through Interstate 81 along the Pennsylvania line. In 1990, Shenandoah Cellular for the first time became a pioneer in offering cellular services in the State of Virginia across the rural region. By 1994, the company was offering internet services.
In 2002, Shentel celebrated a 100 years of existence before acquiring NTC Communications that would be used to provide Internet, video and voice services to the housing market, the Multi-Tenant Unit. Around 2005, local exchange Shentel subscribers had a 100 percent access to broadband and high-speed internet service. The DVR/HD service launch in Shenandoah Cable including an EVDO launch as a Sprint Nextel affiliate took place in the same year.
Between 2008 and 2011, Shentel had purchased WV and VA franchised cable assets sold by Rapid Communications, bought Augusta County's North River Telephone Cooperative and brought high speed internet services in the area, acquired Maryland Suddenlinks small cable systems in West Virginia and Maryland as well as upgrading and extending Suddenlink and JetBroadband cable systems. This saw the number of homes covered increasing by more than 185, 156.
In 2012, Shentel began a very lucrative Network Vision 2-year project towards the building of its first ever 4G LTE Network, including the launch of a high speed 25 Mbps in various markets as well as updating the Shentel company brand. By 2013, high speed internet of 50 Mbps had already been launched in various cable markets including Fiber to Homes, a project initiated across Rural Retreat, VA. In the same year, Shentel was named one of America's Top 100 Most Trustworthy Companies that culminated in the telecom company being able to provide 101 Mbps in its Residential Internet Service to lots of customers in 2014. Fiber to Home project was also initiated in WV's Ronceverte in 2014. Shentel was also named by Forbes among America's top 100 Most Trustworthy Companies again in 2014.
Shentel made a $640 million acquisition of Ntelos in May 2016, a competitor, including the competitor's 297,500 subscribers as well as acquiring more 291,000 subscribers for Ntelos spectrum from Sprint. Shentel continues to invest in changing technology and subscribers can expect more from the company.
For Shentel signal boosters for your building or home there are very large area, large area, and medium and small area signal booster solutions. Always find the best device that caters for your home or building needs.
For a small area, the 3G Flex is an efficient solution capable of boosting signals for 3G, 2G voice and data within a radius of three feet. It's a portable device you can carry around into a hotel room, office, home or car and any other place you might want to. It supports four mobile data and cellphone devices concurrently. The 45 dB gain 3G Flex devices are best for use in both outdoor and indoor settings.
Medium Area Shentel signal Boosters.
For your home or building medium areas there are a number of devices that'll work with your Shentel cellular coverage. These include:
This signal booster provides booster signals with a thousand square feet for the 2G and 3G voice and data. The booster uses an antenna that's window mounted in offices and homes. Anyone in small homes, condos and apartments can make the most of the signal booster that has a 60 dB gain.
For a signal booster that amplifies 2G, 3G and 4G LTE voice and data within about a thousand square feet, the Home 4G will work just fine. The window mounted antenna booster is best for use in offices and homes and has a 60 dB gain and will boost any Shentel 3G/4G LTE devices in about two rooms in an office or home with ease.
Connect 3G Omni.
As you'll find this product easily boosts 2G and 3G voice and data signals around 2500 square feet; its window mounted with a 65 dB gain.
Connect 3G Yagi.
In 3,500 square feet spaces, you can boost the 2G or 3G voice and data signals particularly those who cannot access the Shentel formidable LTE 4G advanced network. It helps in maximizing the current network.
Shentel 4G LTE advanced network is efficient and in a level of its own. Connect 4G boosts the signal in 3500 square foot that you need to make the most of. The product works effectively with 2G, 3G and 4G LTE voice and data offering a gain of 65 dB. It comes with a window mounted antenna to allow you to set it up in cottages, offices, homes among other spaces of a medium size.
Large area Shentel signal boosters.
If you live in large areas you also have a chance to make the most of effective signal boosters for large areas. These include:
Connect 3 G-X.
This large area signal boosters covers a total of 7500 square feet and one of the most efficient boosters available today with a 70 dB gain. It boosts 2G and 3G voice and data signals and best for use in large buildings, apartments and even houses. It has two antennas for perfect enhancements for network devices.
Connect 4 G-X.
Sometimes making the most of a very powerful coverage is everything and this signal booster allows you to do that across the Shentel LTE 4G network. It has a 70 dB gain and amplifies 2G, 3G and 4G LTE voice and data networks-best for large spaces in warehouses and large buildings.
Very large area Shentel home and building signal booster.
These boosters are made with extreme coverage in mind for the largest buildings and homes. It's possible to find a booster capable of covering huge areas from 25,000 square feet to about 50,000. It's a solution for the largest of buildings and homes around and maximizes the use of the closest cell tower. They come with adjustable gain control features particular to every brand.
This industrial grade very large building signal booster kit boosts the signal of all Canadian and U.S. carriers including Shentel. It’s indoor range coverage boosts up to a maximum of 140,000 square feet and works for diverse devices from tablets, cellular data devices and Smartphones on 2G voice, 3G and 4G LTE advanced network. The 4000R’s software constantly monitors the levels of signals and adjusts as required.