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SureCall Fusion 5X: Same Pro-Grade Quality At Much Lower Price

SureCall Fusion 5X: Same Pro-Grade Quality At Much Lower Price

Efficiency + Power + Savings = How SureCall Got Its Groove Back

SureCall is one of the leading brands of cell phone signal boosters. Unlike their competitors, SureCall signal boosters are all about design from an all-aluminum-alloy casing to a compartmental layout. Such details lead to greater heat dissipation and better signal boost.

Pound for pound, SureCall boosters are second to none in terms of performance.

This is the reason why all SureCall boosters come with a 3-year manufacturer's warranty. They stand behind their products and put their money where their mouth is.

In continuing with their groundbreaking work of taking pro-grade signal boosters and maintaining the same level of quality & craftsmanship while greatly reducing price, SureCall has done it again:

Introducing the SureCall Fusion5X, an enterprise signal booster that covers buildings, warehouses, and factories up to 20,000 sq ft.

Quick Summary of The SureCall Fusion 5x:

  • 1.Boosts 3G & 4G LTE for building or equivalent area up to 20,000 sq ft.
  • 2.Works for all phones & all carriers.
  • 3.Up to +72 dB gain, multiple users simultaneously.
  • 4.Comes in two kit options: 4 inside panel antennas or 4 inside dome antennas for wide coverage
  • 5.Complete kit, no monthly fees, fast install time, & 3-year manufacturer's warranty

For comparison's sake, SureCall's Force5, their flagship model, retails at $3900 at 25K sq ft coverage, whereas the Fusion5X retails at $1700 at 20K sq ft coverage. So that's 15.6 cents for every sq ft coverage for the Force 5 compared with 8.5 cents for every sq ft coverage for the Fusion5x.

It's almost double the savings for the same amount of power.

Impressive, yes?

How It Works: Panel vs Dome Antennas

The SureCall Fusion5 comes in two kits: one with 4 dome antennas and one with 4 panel antennas.

So what's the difference?

Well, it comes down to a matter of preference.

Dome antennas are general performers that spread the amplified signal evenly. This leads to better general coverage for the entire floor.

Panel antennas are that specialized performers that focus on preferred areas first. This leads to stronger signal for areas that need it first before being passed along to other areas.

Depending on your internal layout & areas in need of boost, one kit may perform better for your situation. Contact our customer support at sales@signalboosters.com to see which one is right for you.

The Future of SureCall's Lineup

It seems SureCall has stepped up their game in response to market and is now introducing their highly-praised commercial signal boosters to small & medium businesses. While maintaining their excellent quality of work while drastically reducing the price to more affordable pricing, SureCall is poised to be a more household name in the signal booster market.

SignalBoosters
24th Jul 2016

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