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This AT&T Microcell is built by Cisco Systems, a leader in cellular network technology. It can provide up to 5 bars of AT&T cell signal to your 3G and 4G mobile phones (including iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, etc). Setup is quick and easy – just follow the 10-minute setup in the included “quick-start” guide and it will be up and running typically within 2 hours of setup. Note that this device requires internet connectivity through a wired Ethernet connection (cable is included). Most wired and wireless routers include 4 or more of these ports. Also requires installation close enough to a window to receive GPS signals for use during emergency (911) calls. Highly secure device that cannot be accessed by unauthorized users. Supports up to four voice or data users simultaneously.

Product Features

  • Enhanced indoor coverage: Supports both voice and data up to 5000 square feet
  • Simple setup process using quick setup guide – Note that you must have an official AT&T account (not a 3rd-party carrier or pre-paid)
  • Supports voice and 3G data for 3G/4G/LTE mobile phones, including iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, Blackberry, etc.
  • Works at home or the office (broadband internet connection via Ethernet is required) Note that satellite internet connections often have too much delay for this device to work properly
  • Supports up to ten voice or data users simultaneously

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2 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sold as new when it was clearly used

  2. Anonymous says:

    Linked to another ATT account/profile AT&t gave me one of these 3G extender about 10 years ago. It recently died and I got on EBay to find another. Still works great, but this is the first generation product, the Cisco AT&T Microcell is the current product. I have one of each in my home, which is 4630 SQ FT. Each of them has a limit on distance from your phone. On the good side, I have one in a cabin in Maine, I get an AT&T signal that is 9 miles from the nearest tower. If you need that kind of service. put the antenna on the…

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