Wilson Rebrands As weBoost
Updated: Added pricing
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. frequency bands and technologies, including 4G, 3G, and 2G signals. The car boosters come in both cradle and cradle-free form factors, and start at $150. The home boosters come in models both small and large homes, and start at $300. Its new Life models for the home dynamically adjust for changing network conditions, improving reliability.
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