weBoost eqo Cell Phone Signal Booster helps pull you out of cellular dead zones.
Not too long ago, I lived in an area where the cell phone signal was very poor. The house resided in a dead zone and I experienced a high volume of dropped calls. At the time, I was with AT&T and I fought with them almost on a daily basis about our loss of signal and all they could do was give our account a credit. While the credit was nice, I wanted to be able to use my phone at home. At the time, I was stuck with a substandard booster from AT&T that really didn’t do much for me. Today, I have the eqo Cell Phone Signal Booster from weBoost to help enhance my signal at home.
The eqo Cell Phone Signal Booster is designed to bring you a signal that is up to 32 times stronger indoors than using a cell phone alone. It will work with all cellular carriers in the U.S./Canada and it support multiple devices on a network. eqo will boost voice as well as data signals in a home or office up to 1,500 sq. ft. in size. And, it works with both 3G and 4G LTE networks. There are two man pieces to the signal booster – the booster and the antenna.
The concept for how the booster works is quite simple. You place the booster near a window or door to really make advantage of the connection benefits. The booster will then pull in the outside signal and amplify it before sending it back out throughout the space you are using it in. The last step in the process is that the antenna broadcasts the signal to devices in the home. Set-up is very easy. You pull everything out of the box and find the place where you want the Booster to live. You should select a place near a door or window so that it has the best possible connection to a nearby cell tower.
Once you have found a home for your booster, you then connect the coax cable between the booster and the antenna. Keep in mind that both devices need to face the same direction and they have to be at least six feet apart. This is one of the only hitches to this system. With the booster system being two devices that each stand almost 12 inches high, they aren’t very easy to hide. Plus there, is a coax cable that strings between them. It just becomes a little awkward finding a long-term home for the booster system.
After the coax is connected, you can then plug the booster into power. The two devices start up automatically. There is no on/off button, which is something I sort of which it had. Once it powers up, it takes less than 5 minutes for it to start working. One important step you should take is to register the device with weBoost before leaving it up long-term.
Once the eqo was up and running, we noticed that our bar count increased from 2 to 4 and that didn’t drop throughout the house. Our home is just under 1500 sq. ft. so the weBoost eqo is ideal for the space. In our house we have two mobile phones – an iPhone 6 and an iPhone 6s Plus – and one iPad with a cellular connection. All the devices functioned better than normal and had stronger signals. As a standard test, we moved around our house and found that our signal was stronger throughout the house no matter where we were.
If you have a dead spot near your home, you could greatly benefit from the weBoost eqo setup. It’s easy to use and set-up and requires minimal maintenance to keep it going. It’s truly a set it and forget it type system.
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