weBoost Home 4G Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office – Enhance Your Signal up to 32x. Can Cover up to 1500 sq ft or Small Home. For Multiple Devices and Users.

March 4, 2017 - Comment

Whether you’re streaming movies, checking email or making a call, Home 4G from weBoost gives you a stronger, more reliable signal where you need it most. Stop walking from room to room-or even outside-to find a stronger, more reliable signal.


The weBoost Home 4G is designed to significantly improve your coverage in one to two rooms in your home so you no longer have to worry about dead spots. It works especially well in modern, energy-efficient buildings known to contain materials that weaken cell signals. Best of all, Home 4G will not only boost your signal on your own cellular-connected devices-including tablets and notebooks-it will also work for everyone else you invite into your home.


The kit includes all components needed for installation-booster:

Indoor & outdoor antennas Power supply 2 lengths of coaxial cable.


Product Features

  • PERFECT FOR 1 – 2 ROOMS OR SMALL OFFICES: Say goodbye to dropped calls in your home.
  • BOOSTS CELL SIGNALS UP TO 32X: Enhances 4G LTE and 3G signals for buildings up to 1,500 sq ft.
  • BETTER VOICE AND DATA: Get fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster uploads and downloads.
  • COMPATIBLE WITH ALL US NETWORKS: Works on Verizon, AT&T, Sprint*, T-Mobile, US Cellular, Straight Talk and more. *weBoost boosters do not support a particular frequency used by some parts of the Sprint network. Most Sprint customers still see performance improvement from our boosters.
  • WORKS WITH ALL CELLULAR DEVICES: Smartphones, Tablets, Data Cards, and Notebooks
  • PATENTED AUTOMATIC GAIN SETTINGS: Smart technology senses signal conditions in and around the building, then electronically optimizes the booster for best performance.


Thorsten von Eicken says:

This booster did not work in my location This booster did not work in my location. I have a Verizon phone and need good 4G LTE data bandwidth. My location is in the mountains about 5-6 miles from where cell towers are. As it turns out, Verizon LTE is in band 13 (746-787 Mhz) and AT&T operates LTE in the adjacent band 17 (734-746Mhz). The result is that the booster goes into an overload situation (“cell tower too strong”) and reduces the gain on the 700Mhz band (it shows an orange/green flashing LED). On the 3G bands there is…

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D. Matheny says:

This REALLY Works! I’ve been using cell boosters in my house for several years now – and the technology has come a long way in that time! 

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J. Pitts says:

Your Mileage May Vary I really wanted this to work. 

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