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weBoost Home 4G Cell Phone Signal Booster $269.99 +tax free shipping w/prime (Amazon’s Deal of the day)

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I have been eyeing this for a while now. This is the lowest I have seen it.



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I'll bite
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Better off with a femtocell, Cell Spot (TMobile) or Microcell (ATT). Cheaper and they convert Ethernet into phone signal, instead of trying to boost
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What is this for? Why not just use wifi calling for free.
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Better off with a femtocell, Cell Spot (TMobile) or Microcell (ATT). Cheaper and they convert Ethernet into phone signal, instead of trying to boost
There are definite pros and cons for each. After researching both options awhile back, I decided that the weBoost would be a better option for me. I agree that others should look into both before purchasing...
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What is this for? Why not just use wifi calling for free.
Not all carriers have wifi calling...
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Just bit. We have Fios and poor cell reception. The WiFi router needs to be reset once or twice a month so it's not reliable enough to rely upon as my only means of reaching the outside world (I.e. WiFi calling isn't good enough)

We use WeBoost 4g boosters in our cars and they allow us to make crystal clear calls in even the worst dead spots in our area, so I'm looking forward to having good coverage in the house too.
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Paid $469 for use in my rv. System really works. Great deal.
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https://www.repeaterstore.com/ is having a black friday/cyber monday sale and everything is 10% off with promo code BLACKFRIDAY17, there's also a special 15% off code 15OFFGOX_EMAILPROMO for the Cel-Fi GO models
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Has anyone who bought this had luck with it? I'm considering buying one, but it's pretty damn expensive.
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