Stay Connected Even When You Need to Get Away.
For many of us there’s never a good time to be disconnected from your friends or workplace – even when you’re on vacation. While taking to the road in an RV is a great way to travel and explore new places with family and loved ones, it often leads to unreliable and sometimes non-existent cell phone reception. A strong and consistent cellular signal is also vital for those who count on mobile Internet to surf the web, get work done or even stream video. While there’s no way to guarantee 100% reliable service in all locations, a cellular signal booster installed in your RV will greatly increase your chances of achieving a clear and consistent signal for multiple users.
Causes of Weak Cellular Reception
- The number one cause of weak cellular reception is due to your distance from cell phone towers.
- Another cause of weak cellular signals is the surrounding terrain; mountains, trees and valleys can block RF signals from reaching your cell phone.
- Finally, the materials that were used in the construction of your RV could possibly play a culpable role. Metal, composite materials and tinted windows are all known to block RF signals.
Cellular Signal Boosters Can Keep You Connected Even While on the Go
Back in March 2014 the FCC adopted rules regarding Cellular Signal Boosters that allow their use in enhancing wireless coverage for consumers provided that they don’t adversely affect wireless networks.
Cellular Signal Boosters Will Improve the Following:
• Better Call Clarity
• A More Reliable connection
• Faster Mobile Internet
• Wider Coverage Area
How it Works
An outdoor antenna, mounted to the roof of your RV or to its ladder, receives cellular signals from cell towers. The signal is then carried through a cable to the booster where it is amplified. The enhanced signal will then be transmitted through the attached inside antenna and sent to your phone.
Choosing the Right Cell Phone Booster
SureCall carries an innovative and effective line of FCC approved, mobile cellular signal boosters that are designed for RV use. SureCall’s boosters provide clear reception while driving and then once you’ve arrived at your destination. Try it for 30 days and if it doesn’t provide the enhanced cellular reception you need, you will get your money back.
You will need to consider the type of booster you need. If you’re looking for a booster that provides talk, text and 4G LTE the Fusion2Go is your best option but if you only need simple voice, text and 3G data the Flex2Go is the right choice. Either way you’ll be covered for all North American carriers including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint. Visit www.surecall.com to learn more.