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Boosts voice, text & 4G LTE signals for all North American cell carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint & T-Mobile reduces dropped & missed calls & Improves 4G LTE data performance Inside any car or truck supports multiple users simultaneously increase

Product Features

  • Product Features: The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 cell phone signal amplifier boosts weak signal for multiple devices in a whole vehicle. This results in fewer dropped calls, improved battery life, higher audio quality, and faster data and streaming. SureCall cell phone signal boosters are compatible with all North American carriers including: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Straight Talk, U.S. Cellular and many more. FCC approved
  • Best For: The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 cell phone booster is good for multiple users, multiple devices, and whole vehicle coverage. Great for long commutes, hunting, camping, and fishing trips, and cross country drives. Gain Adjustment-20 dB (Automatic)
  • Antenna Configuration: The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 cellular booster kit comes with a simple 3″ magnet-mount antenna and a low-profile indoor antenna. These antennas connect directly to the signal amplifier, which broadcasts boosted cellphone signal throughout your vehicle. Signal is strongest near the low-profile antenna
  • Easy Installation: One of the easiest 4G signal boosters to install on the market. Simply place the magnet-mount antenna on the roof of your car, run it into your vehicle, and place the low-profile antenna in the area you want boosted signal. Make sure you plug the amplifier into your vehicle’s power supply. All components for installation are included
  • Better Signal Guarantee: The SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 wireless signal booster comes with a 3-year warranty, 60-day money-back guarantee, and lifetime US-based customer support directly from the Manufacturer

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3 comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Works well and provides good troubleshooting info I started my home booster adventure with a WeBoost Connect 4G and ended up returning it because it couldn’t handle the fact that in my area we have Verizon and AT&T both operating LTE in the 700Mhz band, where they are right next to each other in the frequency spectrum. The AT&T signal comes in a bit stringer than Verizon and I need Verizon, but for the WeBoost these are indistinguishable. The result was that the WeBoost didn’t amplify the Verizon LTE signal enough causing my phone to stick to…

  2. Anonymous says:

    No signal for 2 years and now I have LTE and can tether my laptop. I left a position at Amazon in Seattle and bought a farm in Hurricane Mills, TN to raise my boys. For 2 years we’ve lived without cell reception and it was a little maddening. Seriously I could barely send a text from the front porch which was the only place I had a hint of a signal. We have a metal roof and that didn’t help things indoors either. I bought this hoping to get even a little improvement. I hooked it up in about 30 minutes and the moment I plugged in the power I instantly had a…

  3. Anonymous says:

    It’s very good. Update: things seem to be operating well over time. I have great pseudo-coverage now. I do notice from time to time that the red flicks on for one or two of the bands, but it’s not the device’s fault for tripping the attenuation, it’s probably the crappy tower I’m subject to, or some type of LoS radio interference that comes and goes. No idea, but the unit is doing its job and responding to radio environment changes appropriately. 9.5/10 final opinion(This is for the “3G/4G…

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