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weBoost 470108 Drive 4G-M: A Powerful RV Cell Phone Signal Booster

weBoost 470108 Drive 4G-M: A Powerful RV Cell Phone Signal Booster

weboost 470108 for RV

When needing to boost 3G & 4G LTE in your vehicle, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all strategy. Most signal boosters out of the box should adequately cover most cars, sedans, pick-up trucks, and smaller SUVs. However, when it comes to an RV, this becomes a different case.

Yes, great signal boosters like the  weBoost 470108 Drive 4G-M and SureCall TriFlex2Go will definitely work in your RV or camper, but expect coverage no greater than within an arm’s length. Basically a desktop area.

You need specialized and powerful inside and outside antennas to grab and broadcast the boosted signal throughout the RV. The solutions that come out of the box don’t offer that type of power. However, signalboosters.com hears your demands and we’ve got some custom kits no where else to be found online.

The  weBoost Drive 4G-M + RV Trucker Essentials Kit includes the popular 470108, the 318433 RV Trucker Outside Antenna, and the 311135 Inside Panel Antenna.

Why This Kit Is Made For The RV

The  weBoost 318433 RV Trucker Outside Antenna is an omnidirectional antenna specifically designed for RVs and big trucks. It’s a fixed installation with built-in spring-mounts to handle all the impact, wear-and-tear, and outside elements. You want tough, you got it.

Compared to the original antenna that comes in the box, it’s about 1 dB (decibel) stronger on 4G and 2 dB stronger on 3G downloads. That’s about a 26% better boost on 4G and 58% better boost on 3G.

The  weBoost 311135 Inside Panel Antenna is omnidirectional antenna with a 180 degree sweep, meaning it should cover the entire RV, front to back. At 10.6 dB compared to the 4.3 dB of the inside antenna included in the box, it’s easily over 4 times as powerful! 427% of extra boost to be exact.

This is actually a home and building inside antenna being used to ensure maximum inside coverage for the RV.

So when looking at the whole picture, this custom kit offers much better potential for greater coverage and stronger signals than the standard kit.

But if you’re constantly on the road and have already invested in the traveling life with your premium RV, then why not invest in the premium options?

The soon-to-be-released  weBoost Drive 4G-X + RV Trucker Essentials Kit is out most powerful exclusive kit for the RV enthusiast. It features the same powerful antennas but upgrades the amplifier. With legally maxed out uplink power, this results in 60% better range from the nearest cell tower to your outside antenna.

Basically, this is the most powerful vehicle unit you can legally buy.

We also carry the  3G version of this premium kit.

We often get calls from RV owners wanting better signal inside their RV. While the standard kits are capable of boosting signal inside a portion of the vehicle (usually either the driver side or bedroom), many want full coverage and these exclusive kits were made just for them.

Happy trails, everyone.

At SignalBoosters.com, we provide 3G & 4G cell phone signal boosters for all homes, buildings, and offices. Email (  sales@signalboosters.com) or call us (1-800-568-2723) about any cellular issues you're having and a signal expert will gladly assist you. Strong signals are out there and you're not getting it! And you're already paying these monthly carrier bills. Get the signal you deserve!

SignalBoosters
18th May 2015

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