Wilson Electronics Promises Less Dropped Calls

Posted: Jan 17 2008, 11:13am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 5:44am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

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If you are like me and use a cellular phone and don’t have a landline at all you may have noticed the tendency to get dropped calls in some areas when you are inside buildings. A company called Wilson electronics has a new device called SignalBoost that promises to end dropped calls.

The device is an in-building dual-band cellular amplifier with ten times more power than your cellular phone. The device promises to increase your cellular signal by 10 to 15 times for both voice and data service.

Included with the device are a dual-band amplifier, outdoor/window directional 5dB cradle antenna, omni-directional inside antenna and two sections of RG6 antenna cable in 30-foot and 20-foot lengths. All the hardware needed to install the antenna is included as well. The MSRP is $399.95 and it is available now.

Via Wilson Electronics

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