SignalBoosters.com offers renewed, like new, and refurbished cell phone signal boosters for homes, offices, and vehicles. We are able to offer these boosters at a great value to ensure everyone is able to get the signal they need.
All our renewed signal boosters have been factory tested and confirmed to function to the same specifications as a new one.
It varies a great deal depending on how much cable you’re willing to show and what booster you buy, but a drill, ladder, wrench, decent tape, and mounting tools will be helpful no matter the situation.
Generally, we recommend yagi antennas for rural and suburban areas, and omnidirectional for urban. Dome antennas are most useful if you’re trying to cover an open area, and panels are better for thinner rooms and hallways.
We recommend the OpenSignal app or Network Cell Info Lite to get a bead on where your nearest cell tower is. You can also use CellMapper.net to find where your nearest tower is on a satellite map.
OpenSignal if you have an iPhone or Network Cell Info Lite on Android. Network Cell Info Lite is our preferred option, but is unavailable on iPhones. For a greater, in-depth look at measuring your cell signal, check out our article on this topic.
dB gain is a logarithmic metric by which radio wave strength is measured. +3 dB of gain equals roughly double the power. So an increase of +8 dB of gain is roughly four and a half times as powerful a signal. Incremental increases in dB gain make a huge difference!
Some boosters are capable of bringing down the entire cellular network. These are illegal. FCC compliant boosters can be safely registered and used without risking the integrity of the network for everyone else.
Yes, all signal boosters are packaged as complete kits. There are optional accessories, such as a pole mount, that can also aid in installation, and tools may be required.
We recommend a single-carrier booster such as the Cel-Fi GO-X for those situations. It will provide you with the most powerful boost.
It varies on how much area you’re trying to cover, but when in doubt, get a higher max coverage area.