In November 2020 they move further into mobile internet by offering the Winegard RangePro- which they list as powered by SureCall. It is based on the Fusion2Go 3.0 RV booster kit, released by SureCall in March 2018.
The kit is now also licensed to Winegard, and offered at $50 above the same kit branded by SureCall.
- Model #: WB-1035
- Gain: 50dB
- Max Uplink Power: 29 dBm
- Impedance: 50 Ohm
- # of Devices Boosted: Multiple
- LTE Bands Supported: 12, 17, 13, 5, 2, 25, 4
- Uplink Frequency Range (MHz): 698-716 / 776-787 / 824-849 / 1850-1915 / 1710-1755 (G Block Included)
- Downlink Frequency Range (MHz): 728-746 / 746-757 / 869-894 / 1930-1995 / 2110-2155 (G Block Included)
- Carriers Supported: Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular
- Exterior Antenna: SC-288W omnidirectional antenna with 40' of included low loss SC-240 Coax cable
- Internal Antenna: SC-120 'ducky' whip antenna
- Wire Lengths: Exterior - 40'
- Range of Interior Coverage: 3-10'
- In Motion Usage: Yes
- Power Supply: DC Car Charger - 6-15V and AC power supply
- Power Consumption: <10w
- Connectors: FME Male (both ends)
- Booster Dimensions: 5.625" x 4" x 1.125"
- Warranty: 3 Year
- Price: $499.00
News, Video & Status
We reviewed the SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 (full review) when it was first released.
Members can also dive deep into our field testing results in our Testing Lab:
- Cellular Signal Field Testing – SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 | weBoost 4G-X OTR | weBoost 4G-M | HiBoost OTR | MIMO Antennas (Late 2018)
- Cellular Signal Field Testing – SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 | weBoost 4G-X OTR | weBoost 4G-M | HiBoost OTR | MIMO Antennas (3rd Quarter 2018)
- Cellular Signal Field Testing – SureCall Fusion2Go 3.0 vs weBoost 4G-X RV (2nd Quarter 2018)
- Winegard Releases Two New Products - RangePro Booster and ConnecT 2.0 4G2+ Posted on: December 15, 2020
- ConnecT & Converge: WiFiRanger Becomes Part of Winegard Posted on: August 19, 2020
- ALERT: AT&T Pulling Togo & Airstream $360/year Unlimited Data Plans - Effective January 16th, 2020 Posted on: December 18, 2019
- Winegard Air 360+ Brings Wi-Fi & Cellular Upgradability To New RVs Posted on: September 30, 2019
- AT&T $360/yr RV Unlimited Data Plan Now Available with Togo Roadlink C2 Posted on: April 5, 2019
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Thoughts & Analysis
- Based on a solid - albeit not top performing - booster by SureCall.
- Priced $50 more than SureCall branded booster with seemingly no value add.
- While the Fusion2Go 3.0 performed well against the then equivalent weBoost Drive 4G-X RV kit, there are more options that have been released since then.
Other than Winegard branding, there nothing new about this booster kit that we haven't already covered in our SureCall review.
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Because of a technology called MIMO (multiple in multiple out) that is essential to LTE and 5G data, often times the internal antennas on a smartphone or hotspot don't benefit from an amplified signal. Boosters also only cover a handful of the frequency bands the carries use for data.
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