Mobile Cellular BoostersOur Reviews Of Mobile Cellular Boosters

Cellular boosters optimized for LTE data can help improve the signal (and potentially speeds) received by phones, tablets and mobile hotspots. For more information on boosters, please refer to our: Cellular Booster Guide

SureCall TriFlex2Go

SureCall’s carrier-specific booster line – now discontinued.

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weBoost Signal 4G

A direct-wired amplifier for use with a single cellular device with an antenna port.

$249

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SolidRF MobileForce 4G

A solid all carrier booster from SolidRF (formerly Top Signal).

$399

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weBoost RV 4G

Based on weBoost’s stronger residential booster, and only usable while stationary.

$399

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Uniden UM50

Uniden’s mobile 4G booster for cars, trucks and RVs.

$497

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SureCall Fusion2Go

SureCall’s 5-Band mobile booster is the evolution of the original TriFlex2Go.

$449

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weBoost eqo

Booster designed for home use, and not overly suitable for most RV deployments.

$349

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Maximum Signal Max-Amp

The Max-Amp cell booster makes some very ambitious claims, but in our hands-on testing consistently fell short of expectations.

$579-$649

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HiBoost Travel 4G LTE

Hiboost USA’s mobile cellular booster.

$349

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Smoothtalker Mobile Boosters

Smoothtalker’s mobile cellular booster designed for RVs.

$499

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Cel-Fi Go M

Nextivity’s upcoming digital cellular booster, claiming 65dB gain.

$600

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These Mobile Cellular Boosters Are Now Obsolete

SureCall TriFlex2Go

SureCall’s carrier-specific booster line – now discontinued.

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