Wilson Shows Off Carrier-Agnostic Signal Booster
Wilson Electronics announced the DT4G signal booster at the Consumer Electronics Show this week. Wilson claims the device is the first-ever carrier agnostic signal booster, meaning it will improve the 2G, 3G, and 4G coverage of all network operators. The DT4G is meant for consumers who want or need to improve cellular coverage/availability inside their homes. Wilson says the DT4G can provide additional coverage inside most apartments, condos, or houses. Previously, Wilson's signal boosters were tuned for specific carriers. The DT4G will be available soon and carries a $400 price tag.
Wilson Rebrands As weBoost
Wilson Electronics - long known for its cellular signal boosters - this week announced that its consumer products will now be sold under the new weBoost brand. weBoost's new Life line of boosters for home and car boost weak signals across all major U.S.
Review: WeBoost Eqo In-Home Signal Booster
WeBoost's Eqo signal booster promises to improve cellular coverage in your home or apartment. Consisting of a booster and antenna, the whole system fits most average dwellings.
Sprint's 'Magic Box' Is An In-Home Small Cell to Help Improve Coverage
Sprint today announced the Magic Box, a tool Sprint hopes consumers and businesses will use to help it densify its LTE network. The Magic Box is similar to a signal booster in that owners place it in a window.
WeBoost, SureCall Roll Out In-Home Signal Boosters
WeBoost and SureCall both used CES as an opportunity to show off new cell signal boosters. Both products work in a similar fashion: they collect cell signals from nearby cell towers, amplify them, and rebroadcast them within the home to improve coverage and signal strength.