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Surecall Ez 4g Plug-And-Play Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit For All Carriers 3g/4g Lte

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SureCall EZ 4G Plug-and-Play Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit for All Carriers 3G/4G LTE

  • COVERAGE AREA— The indoor coverage area that the EZ 4G provides varies based on existing signal at the window where the antenna is placed: 1-2 bars: desktop size area, 3-5bars: Up to one room. If there is weak signal at the window location, we recommend a cell phone signal booster kit that includes an outside roof antenna to capture a stronger signal, like the Flare 3.0.
  • PRODUCT FEATURES— Increases 5G/4G LTE voice, text and data signals for multiple devices on all North American cell carriers. EZ 4G delivers enhanced indoor cell coverage for clearer and more reliable voice and data performance while reducing dropped & missed calls and extends battery life for all cellular devices.
  • EASY INSTALLATION— Plug-and-play signal booster with a simple DIY install that sets up in minutes without the need to drill holes or mount an outdoor antenna. EZ 4G is designed for locations that have cellular signal where the window antenna is placed. As with all signal booster products, EZ 4G cannot create signal where there is none. Instead, the antenna captures existing signal, amplifies it and rebroadcasts the boosted signal to an area of otherwise poor or non-existent coverage.
  • BEST PERFORMANCE— Having a location with consistent useable signal that the window antenna can capture is a must to experience a boost in signal further indoors. Coverage area is directly related to the existing signal strength available at the window location. A minimum of 30 feet of horizontal separation between the base station and window unit is a must. Without the proper amount of separation, the coverage area will be reduced to a personal sized space or smaller.
  • BUILT TO LAST— Designed in the USA with the high-quality components for longevity and connectivity where you need it most. Includes industry best 3-year warranty and lifetime US-based tech support. SureCall is proudly American owned and operated– US company based in Silicon Valley California. SureCall is an Authorized Verizon 5G Signal Booster Vendor.

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Brand : SureCall
Category : Cell Phones & Accessories,Accessories,Signal Boosters
Rating : 2.8
ListPrice : US $399
Price : US $299.99
Review Count : 292
SalesRank : 0

SureCall EZ 4G Plug-and-Play Cell Phone Signal Booster Kit for All Carriers 3G/4G LTE

  • We have a cottage on Lake Michigan that gets horrible cell service- it varies from picking up a bar here or there from the EST time zone (up the hill from the beach we\'re on), or sometimes it will pick up service from Milwaukee, WI which is an hour behind in CST. While it will show 2-3 bars and vary from Verizon, to Extended, and sometimes show 1x data, we\'re lucky to get a incoming txt or voicemail at our cottage on the lake. This product seemed like the perfect purchase- virtually plug and play to get it to work, and no permanent mounting needed- perfect to pack up and take home with us when we leave (the box is well made and has good handles for this purpose). The item was very professionally packaged, and had well-written english instructions. We tried pointing it at towers 2 miles away in EST, and at the towers across Lake Michigan in CST....and while it boosted the coverage from 2-3 bars to 5 or even full signal- it still wasn\'t enough to give us the ability to call out or send a text. I was perplexed....we spent several hours playing with it in every location of the cottage, even putting it on the roof, and again, while it boosted the signal, it still wasn\'t strong enough for us to make a call, send a txt or use data.Not giving up yet, I called the customer service number- which did seem US based- but seemed oddly unprofessional. I was calling during normal business hours, and it seemed to forward directly to someone\'s personal phone, who simply answered \"hello\", and didn\'t greet me with a greeting assuring me I was calling SureCall. I had to ask- and it was the right number, and she briefly placed me on hold again to get me in touch with someone technical- with a lot of laughing and background noise on the line. When the technical person picked up, they too were laughing, and there was lots of background noise which made it unprofessional and hard to understand. Why does this matter? Maybe because I was hoping in my frustration that they would be able to help- and instead I feel like I called an apartment with 4-5 friends drinking around a table and I caught them mid-joke with my questions. Maybe I just called at a bad time- but I would take a helpful overseas tech over these people any day. The oddness aside, their \"technical\" person was less than helpful. Being technical myself (and having tried a lot before calling in) I was hoping for some additional insight into how the technology works, or what could help/increase my chances. They were not able to provide any insight as to what helps/hinder this to work, and they kept saying \"If it\'s plugged in, it\'s working\", and \"you just need to keep moving it around to get the best signal\". I asked if things like metal screens would hurt the technology, they didn\'t know. I asked if mounting it on the roof even temporarily would help, they didn\'t know. I asked for their opinion on trying to pick up coverage across Lake Michigan (west) vs the tower 2 miles up the hill (east), they didn\'t know. It was a complete waste of my time.I was frustrated after their call, put it aside for a few hours, and tried again later, again with no luck. So, yes, it DID boost my bars, but I still wasn\'t able to use any cell phones with it (we tried multiple iPhones and Android phones). In the end, it\'s being sent back, along with my blood, sweat, and tears from a day wasted at the cottage. I wasn\'t thrilled with the $400 price tag- but would willingly pay it if it worked (I would maybe even pay double!). It\'s worth a try to see if it will work for you, but don\'t have your expectations set too high....I\'m on to finding a portable satellite internet service provider, and will get a booster through Verizon to use for free.
  • The device\'s planning is more problematic than its actual placement. Finding a satisfactory solution in a small condo for both good reception and yet the requisite 25 - 30 foot distance to the base station may be problematic. For a 1 bedroom unit or a unit limited to one floor, no ready solution might even be found to be workable. Next is figuring out how to course the Coaxial cable if a stairwell, hallway or room threshold is to be encounterd in the cable\'s course of placement. Attaching the antenna and base station and the power source attachment at the antenna is facile as is antenna placement. Once the coaxial cable path can be designated using some preformed chase or some stables or clips is fairly mundane.The unit surprisingly gave more amplification than I expected. It is advised to use signal strengths in terms of db-m rather than bar readings which are inconsistent between smartphones and generally worthless. Lowering my -115 dB-m to perhaps 88 dB-m (lower is better) showed marked data delivery gain, but voice quality remained problematic in the outgoing direction. While antenna placement as well as the base station distancing from the antenna are both important, having some consideration of other factors are also important. The voice function was not usable until experimenting a bit got me to thinking of Bluetooth interference. Voice functionality including outgoing voice (previously a problem as versus incoming voice) was gained wit the Bluetooth disengaged. It is important to consider this. Bluetooth may be a \'double whammy\', consuming power resources while also inerfering with reception in a dynamic fashion as it goes through cycles of frequency jumping which can cause local circuit impedence jumps as Bluetooth service contact jumps in and out of the 2.5 GHz frequencies otherwise imperceptively. Harmonically generated frequencies may directly alter the cellular signal emanating from the smartphone, at least as my understanding of RF physics would have me believe. If I am wrong, this does not matter in the end: try the cellular device with Bluetooth functionality turned off. It may just solve the issue. Current function is crystal clear. Bluetooth disengagement attempted in the past was not effective by itself, so that I am certain the improved result is from a compounded solution rather than from either one in and of itself.
  • I purchased this and had to return it and this is why. This device is for locations that already get a good signal, but might have poor reception inside of a building due to building materials. It brings the good signal from outside and relays it inside.However, this device is NOT for receiving a weak signal and making it stronger. If you have poor reception outside you will still have poor reception inside.The manual states the device needs to receive a signal between -70dBm and -95dBm to work best and anything over -100dBm will give poor results. The whole reason i purchased this was because outside my home im only getting -115dBm, which makes this device worthless to me.If you are in an area with a good signal outside but just aren\'t getting it inside because your in condos or dense apartments, then this very well can work for you. The customer service has a hotline you can call and are very helpful.
  • Like so many others, I wanted this to work. For no good reason, Verizon has deemed my workplace a dead zone and for no good reason, despite the fact that I own a Samsung Z Fold and pay Verizon a pile of money every month for their service, they refuse to do anything to correct the situation. So, I bought this hoping it would at least do something to help out. Well, it doesn\'t. Despite the fact that I have it pointed directly at the cell signal (I use the LTE Discovery app), it does NOTHING to improve my connection on a consistent basis. I have wifi hotspot tethering and that is virtually useless. Snake oil akin to an alien signal detector.

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