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SmoothTalker to launch new Consumer and Commercial Signal Boosters at CES 2014

Gear promises to improve data speeds for mobile users indoors

Dec 27 2013, 11:13am CST | by

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SmoothTalker to launch new Consumer and Commercial Signal Boosters at CES 2014

A lot of people have a hard time getting a decent signal on their mobile phone indoors at the office and at home. A company called SmoothTalker has announced that it will be at CES 2014 showing off new consumer and commercial cellular signal booster kits.

The company promises that its gear can increase data transfer rates by up to 50%. The gear the company sells meets the new FCC mandated Network Protection Standard and promises to be easy to set up. The company has solutions for just about any size area with multiple products on display at the show.

Kevin Carter, Director of Business Development at SmoothTalker states, , “We are pleased to bring to market the most advanced FCC and ICAN approved cellular signal boosters available.

They protect the networks and always deliver the best cellular call experience to the consumer. The incredible growth for cellular signal boosters for consumers, B2B and in the M2M segment shows the growing need for humans and machines to be connected at all times.”

 

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