Wilson Signal Booster
By Jeff · March 27, 2018
Getting better cell phone signal starts with knowing the cell tower locations for your cell carrier. Learn the best way to use a cell tower map, apps and websites to identify your closest cell tower today....
By Jeff · January 17, 2018
With so many of these blogs available with a click of a button, we compiled a list of the best and most popular blogs that are dedicated to everything smartphone. From talking about specs to device security to updates, and even comparisons, these blo...
By Courtney · January 7, 2018
As companies have announced 5G testing and other related initiatives, smart phone users have begun wondering about 5G, the next generation of Internet. Part of this is because mobile data use has exploded. After all, in 2015 alone, mobile data in...
By Courtney · December 21, 2017
There are few things more frustrating than hitting a dead zone or losing a call. Struggling to get a signal can be, at best, a waste of time, but it’s even worse when there's a serious problem and you need to get in contact with someone. Thankf...
By Courtney · December 13, 2017
There are few things more frustrating than being mid-way through a cell phone call, only for it to drop. Sometimes it isn’t an important conversation, but other times you’ve been on hold for hours, or you’re being interviewed for a new job, o...
By Jeff · November 20, 2017
There are a lot of cell phone signal booster options out there and sometimes it's difficult to determine what is the best of the best. With 2017 coming to a close, we wanted to cover the best cell phone signal boosters that you'll want to be looking ...
By Jeff · January 20, 2015
After decades of doing business as Wilson Electronics, the manufacturer of cell phone signal boosters and accessories is changing their name to weBoost, and are releasing all new weBoost cell phone signal boosters that sport a new black and red col...
By Dan · June 12, 2013
The cell carrier Telstra in Australia has developed a sophisticated program that crawls the logs of all performance problems recorded on the Telstra network in search of issues. When it finds one, it's generally either caused internally by the infra...
By Dan · June 7, 2013
The short answer is that you may not need to support 4G LTE yet, but it also may make sense to invest in a system that will work for you in the future when you likely will need 4G LTE. For the long answer, read on! LTE is currently used for fast Int...
By Dan · June 6, 2013
Sprint has been planning to shut down its aging iDEN/Nextel network this summer and we now know exactly when it will happen. June 29th, 2013 will be the last full day of iDEN service and starting on June 30th, network technicians will begin shutting...
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