This device has been discontinued or we consider it obsolete. While current owners of this device may continue to find performance to be adequate for the foreseeable tech-future, we do not recommend upgrading to or purchasing this device.
The SureCall TriFlex2Go booster came in three carrier specific versions - with a model specific to Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile.
All three boosters support the widely used 800Mhz and 1900Mz 2G/3G bands, but each only supports the LTE bands of the specific carrier it was sold for.
The AT&T version supports LTE Band 17, the Verizon version supports LTE Band 13, and the T-Mobile version supports LTE Band 4.
We tested two of the TriFlex2Go boosters (the AT&T and Verizon versions) in 2014 (provided courtesy of Powerful Signal), and they performed well - but given the carrier specific limitations, higher cost (original list price was $600!), and how physically bulky these units are - we couldn't find any reason to recommend this product line over other better options.
For our original in-depth test of the TriFlex2Go boosters versus the Wilson Mobile 4G:
Review & Testing Status
We are not currently testing this product.
Potential Alternatives to Consider:
For other booster options on the market worth comparing this model to - here are our featured options:
This Review Contains Additional Member Exclusive Content!
We are Honored to be Member Funded! No ads, no sponsors, no selling (but may contain affiliate links)
Our members fund our in-depth independent reviews.
This entry may contain additional member exclusive content such as testing notes, field testing data, user interface tours, comparisons to alternatives, analysis, tips, videos and discounts.
Members also get interactive guidance, alerts, classroom and more.
This booster has reached the end of it's life, and is no longer for sale.
The guides below have been hand-picked to help further your education about the complicated topic of signal enhancing and utilizing cellular boosters.