• SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
  • SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
  • SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
  • SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
  • SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
  • SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel
SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel

SureCall Fusion4Home Cell Phone Signal Booster for Home and Office - Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile 3G, 4G and LTE | Covers up to 4000 sq ft (SC-PolyH-72-YP-Kit),Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel

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  • Product Features: The Sure Call Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel boosts weak signal in areas up to 5, 000 sq. ft. This results in fewer dropped calls, improved battery life, higher audio quality, and faster data and streaming. Sure call cell phone signal boosters are compatible with all North American carriers including: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Straight Talk, U. S. Cellular and many more. FCC approved.
  • Best For: The Sure Call Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel is the most powerful cell phone signal booster for large homes in rural and suburban areas. Indoor coverage area will vary based on available outdoor signal strength: 1-2 bars ~2, 000 sq. Ft, 3-4 bars ~3, 000 sq. Ft, 5 bars ~5, 000 sq. Ft.
  • Future Proof: The SureCall Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel is compatible with all 5G phones. It will boost voice and 4G LTE data signals on 5G phones and devices.
  • Installation: Simply set up the outdoor yagi-directional antenna, run the coax cable into your home, and place the cellular amplifier (base unit) where you want. Next, mount the indoor panel-antenna on a wall or inside of a closet. Then simply connect it to the amplifier using the remaining piece of coax cable.
  • Built to Last: The Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel is built with the highest quality materials for reliable connectivity when you need it most! Assembled in the U. S. A.

Customer Reviews

Works as described!I live in a rural area where the service isn t terrible but my metal roof makes things worse. We use ATTs rural internet. The signal strength was yellow and when I logged into the router is showed a signal strength of around -105 to -110. So not good. I had been searching and researching boosters for at least 3 years now and finally decided on this one based on it s price, the positive reviews from people who know the limits of such a product, and the research I had done on it. The product I purchased is the Fusion4Home with the Omni antenna.The Omni antenna took us from -110 db to -78. Service on the modem went from yellow to green at 2 bars of green. I have a directional antenna that I installed and it increased the bars all the way to 4 out of 5 in the green. Db stayed about the same. Like I said, I m not terribly far away from a tower it s just my roof that makes things worse. Before installation download speeds were around 1-10 Mbps and upload around 1-4. After installation average download went to 7-16 Mbps and upload 4-8 Mbps. Seems our average speed hovers around 8-10 Mbps. The best thing this did for our internet was make the signal stronger and more reliable. Before it was like our signal was constantly jumping between 1-10 Mbps which made things load slowly (increased our ping). Now our ping is much better at around 60-80 ms (was over 100) and we can stream Netflix and play online video games at the same time with no interference or lag. I am debating purcashing a yagi antenna to see if I can get the signal to stay consistently over 10 Mbps. The fastest i have seen the download since installation was 26 Mbps. That s insane considering it was around 1 Mbps without it. I have noticed that the internet is slower at peak usage hours and faster in the early morning when few people are using the towers. Installation is as easy as plug and play. If you have any questions or are on the fence about a booster feel free to ask me any thing about the booster and I ll try to help!5went from no service to 2 barsTHIS IS A LONG ONE! I am rating this 5 stars because it gave us service after 14 years in this house. We live in the mountains and have had extremely spotty reception, dropped calls, texts coming through days late, etc. We switched from Verizon to ATT in order to get new phones and realized there was no service at all with att. yikes. We had tried various other smaller boosters over the years with no success. A friend recommended this system so I bought it out of desperation. We tried to set it up ourselves. Not fun. Even though they say there's a way to tell where the strongest signal is coming from, it didn't work for us. So, for self installation in a mountainous area I give 1 star. And I couldn't talk to tech support because there was no signal. Luckily the same friend had an installer they used to fine tune it. He mounted it on a tall pole on the very top of the roof. Even then it was spotty. We had him come back and play with the antenna position and BINGO! we have reception. So even with an installer, it took a couple of tries to get it right. My house is under 2000 sq ft so I ordered that sized system. The installer suggested I add the panel antenna from the next size up system.It didn't come with the cable to connect the interior panel to the panel antenna and it doesn't say that when you order it. frustrating. But SureCall took pity on me and sent me a cable after I drove an hour to get the wrong one. They sent wrong one as well. lol but they were so nice on phone and yesterday after many tries, I have the right cable and connected it. Now I have 2-3 bars in the house. So, I definitely recommend this system. I suggest you order a bigger one than your house sq footage needs to boost signal even more. I definitely recommend finding an installer. SureCall was very receptive to my situation and the help I needed. Good customer service.5Works well and provides good troubleshooting infoI started my home booster adventure with a WeBoost Connect 4G and ended up returning it because it couldn't handle the fact that in my area we have Verizon and AT&T both operating LTE in the 700Mhz band, where they are right next to each other in the frequency spectrum. The AT&T signal comes in a bit stringer than Verizon and I need Verizon, but for the WeBoost these are indistinguishable. The result was that the WeBoost didn't amplify the Verizon LTE signal enough causing my phone to stick to 3G (which is in a different band).I purchased the SureCall unit because of the manual gain adjustments, which I expected would let me tune down the 3G signal so my phone would actually hop to 4G giving me decent data transfer rates. The short of the story is that (a) the per-band tunig does work and help, (b) the LED indicators are much more informative allowing me to understand what is happening much better, and (c) this booster provides some degree of distinction between the two adjacent LTE carriers. This unit is also much better built being all-aluminum and the exterior Yagi has higher gain. I have had several email exchanges with the SureCall support and got great responses. The only downside is that I got the version with the little indoor omni instead of the panel antenna and the panel is better. But I am now buying a ceiling dome, which I hope to be better than either of the other two.In summary, if you're hesitating between the WeBoost Connect 4G and the SureCall Fusion4Home I would recommend the SureCall.One thing that is somewhat confusing is what the various LED flash patterns really mean. There is a yellow insert sheet that describes them, but it's a bit incomplete. Here are a few more notes:- If an LED is OFF it means that the booster is operating in that band at the gain set by the dial, i.e., it's doing great (this state is completely missing from the docs).- If an LED is flashing YELLOW it means that automatic gain control (AGC) is reducing the gain (amplification) in that band below what is set because of feedback between the indoor and outdoor antennas. If you want a stronger indoor signal you need to increase separation.- If an LED is flashing RED it means that AGC is reducing the gain in that band below what is set because the signal from the tower is too strong (I suspect the reduction is primarily on the transmit-to-tower side).In my configuration I'm having insufficient antenna separation for maximum amplification and I'm not that far from towers so what I observe is the following. If I turn the gain for a band all the way down the LED becomes red indicating that the band is off. As I turn up the gain the LED goes to blinking red indicating that the tower signal is strong and AGC is limiting the gain (I presume in the transmit to tower direction). As I turn the gain up further the LED switches to blinking yellow indicating that AGC is also limiting the gain transmitting indoors due to feedback between the two antennas. All this has allowed me to learn much more about what is really happening and I have been able to tune the bands so everything works OK for me. The next step will be to purchase a ceiling dome antenna for indoors because it radiates much less upwards to where the outdoor antenna is. The alternative would be to relocate or raise the outdoor antenna, which is more difficult for me.Update may 2017: the booster is still working well for me. I ended up purchasing an indoor dome antenna in order to increase the separation between the outdoor antenna on my roof and the indoor antenna. I selected a "DomeAnt-Alpha Omnidirectional Ceiling Antenna for Boosters, Amplifiers, Repeaters" after contacting WirEng and getting confirmation that this antenna has the least upwards radiation, i.e., interferes the least with the outside antenna above my roof. This antenna made a big difference for me.5Problem is not the booster, its the towers. How to correct it!!My dad and I purchased this with the hopes to be able to get a better signal. We had almost no signal at all, with our Verizon phones. Literally on the Verizon map there was signal all around the property, and none in the exact spot that the house was at.So we installed the antenna and pointed it at the direction where we were getting some intermittent signals from. We successfully connected and had internet on my phone. It was great signal, then it failed to send and receive calls and texts.We troubleshot the issue for several days. Called the support line(excellent customer service!!!) they even sent us a new antenna; we actually found it was not the antenna. We moved the antenna to the other side of the house and connected to another cell tower area.Come to find out it is not the booster, ITS THE TOWERS. The booster is designed to connect to a strong signal from outside. It seemed to be picking up a tower that had only data on it. Maybe it was due to it being in an area where TVA operated(power company) and they just had data towers for IoT devices. I believe that the issues people are having is not the booster, but the towers. If you have issues try pointing the antenna in another direction toward other towers, or maybe change they type of antenna used. I used apps on my phone to tell me the tower ids and used some online tower maps to help find out what I was connecting to. I was able to see the information needed to determine that whenever I hit the same tower that my booster was picking up, I had the same issues without the booster. The maps can be your friend. Also a tip, if you have an interstate close by(up to maybe 20 miles), you may want to point the antenna in that direction. Interstates are heavily covered nowadays.5Does not work at all.This thing is total junk. I got the first one and set everything up turn it on and the unit died. I contacted the company and they sent out a new one but it doesn't boost any signal. I had an old one I bought for cheap 10 years ago that worked awesome until lighting took it out. I thought this would be way better but I have to walk outside to get a text message. Crazy think my phone shows good bars but I can't receive a call or text. It really sucks because I've been messing around with this thing for 3 months now with sending the other back so its outside of their 60 window for returns. Maybe others have had good luck but this has been a total disaster for me.Update.It started working again. I had about 32-35ft between the antenna and the inside unit. Same place as my old one. I move the inside unit about 7 feet farther away and it started working. So make sure you have at least 40' between the base unit and the outside antenna. I'm not sure why their instructions show it will work with less than 40 ft between them but it does not. This could have saved me about 3 months frustration and messing with the dials on it.3Wow! It works!IT WORKS!!! I was skeptical, and especially at over $400. I have Verizon; one tower is 3.2 miles away and the other is 5.2 miles away. I have always 1 bar 3G or No Service in the house, and I had to do something. We had an old tripod still mounted to the roof for the large rotary TV antennas that were popular 25 years ago. I installed the outdoor antenna on a 10' piece of 1" conduit attached to the old TV antenna tripod, so it's mounted about 13'-14' above the peak of a single story 1,800 sq ft house, or about 25' above the ground. The indoor antenna is in the basement as far away from the outdoor antenna as I could get it. If I am in the basement, where I previously had No Service, I now have 3 bars LTE service! On the main floor of the house I have usually have 2 bars LTE, but its plenty good enough to talk and surf. I am very impressed with this antenna; I went with this one because of the reviews and the ability to set the signal strengths as I need/want them. I might look into getting the remote antenna down the road, but this works fine now. This antenna comes with the outdoor Yagi antenna with mounting bracket and two U clamps to mount to an existing pole, indoor receiver + power cord, small indoor whip antenna, and 50' of coax cable. I bought a 100' length of coax cable instead because I knew this was going to be over 50'. In retrospect, its worth every penny!5Piece of junk! Dont Buy!! Lots of pics to support this claim included!This device is absolutely horrible. It doesn t work well at all.I installed the outdoor Omni antenna on my roof. See pic. I then ran the cable inside to the opposite end of my RV to ensure that there was no chance for oscillation to occur.I plugged the outdoor antenna and indoor Whip antenna to the device. I also registered the device with ATT as required.Without the device plugged in I have 2 bars on my iPhone 8+ with download speed of 17.4Mbs and upload of 2.2Mbs. I also have -112 dB on rsrp0 (primary receiver). See pics labeled No Booster.With the booster turned ON I still see only two bars, my download speed went DOWN from 17.4Mbs TO 3.70Mbs!!! My upload speed went up from 2.2Mbs to about 4Mbs which is ok. But we depend on download speeds much more than upload speeds. The dB reading with the booster On ALSO GOT WORSE and went from -112 to -120db!!! See pics.I called TS and they were pretty much useless. They had me move the inside unit, lower the gain on the dials, and nothing worked.I made the HUGE mistake of installing it without doing a dry-run first. Do yourself a favor and do a dry run by placing the components in their respective areas temporarily and testing it so you can return the damn thing easier when it doesn t work for you either.Overall I am not at all impressed with this device and will return it for a WeBoost.1Works 100% ! My signal went from -105~120 to -75~80 !Per the headline, my signal went from -105/120 (non-existant) to around -75/80 (booming 5 bars). I live in a Santa Fe crewcar with 3/8" thick skin, so basically cell service doesn't exist unless my phone is sitting in the proper window. After a quick install of this booster, I now have 5 bars (3G HSDPA/HSDPA+) on my Note4, and 4-5 bars (LTE) on a LG Stylo3. I now have service in my front yard and carport areas, whereas before, I had no signal at all, or a spotty 1 bar at best. Now I can maintain a call from my truck all the way into the house without so much as a hiccup. Finally, service I can depend on around, and most importantly, IN my house.On the quality of the components, even before unboxing I knew I'd found a great setup. The packaging is nice, full color printed and obviously produced for store shelf display. No cheap Chinese bulk packaging or knockoff tech here folks. The booster unit itself is surprisingly heavy, indicating a LOT of heat sink and that its not just a hollow box with led's on the outside. The outdoor omni antenna is very high quality, and should give years of service even here in the heat of Texas.This is a 5 band booster, covering LTE-A/LTE-V/WCDMA, HSPA, HSDPA, HSDPA+ (3G)/PCS/AWS . Since I only need LTE-A (ATT) and HSPA, HSDPA (+)/3G service, I turned the other bands off to avoid excess radiation inside the house. Basically, this repeater should cover any network in the US. The ERP (effective radiated power) is ~1 watt for the US, and 3 for Canadian versions. This one is advertised to cover UP TO 2000 sq feet IF you have a decent signal outside (3-5 bars), and my unit is absolutely meeting those claims.Don't expect a simple one shot install on this unless you are either very lucky or really get how these units work. I totally understand the tech, and still had to move things around a couple of times to get rid of feedback/oscillation issues. I was having to reboot the unit a few times a day until I got everything installed "just so". Basically, don't give up if things don't work perfectly on the first install attempt, this IS a great unit and very much does what its supposed to once properly installed. Separation, specifically vertical separation, is absolutely key to having a reliable system.I used "Network Cell Info" (lite) to help determine which tower I was attaching to, along with the general direction through the app's dashboard. Definitely a helpful tool for booster installation if you have no clue where the towers really are. (The app shows many other towers in the area which I know for a fact don't exist, so beware of that).While not a cheap item, you do get what you pay for. I bought this system after returning a cheap $89 version which only made things worse (if anything at all). I knew in my gut it probably wouldn't work, but took a chance anyway. Lesson learned. Atleast it only took a couple of days to be refunded on the cheap one, Amazon rocks! If you have any outside signal, this system will definitely make things a thousand percent better inside (but again, only with proper installation and setup).Bottom line: THIS booster works as it should, and is an investment worth making to have reliable cell service.5It's very good.Update: things seem to be operating well over time. I have great pseudo-coverage now. I do notice from time to time that the red flicks on for one or two of the bands, but it's not the device's fault for tripping the attenuation, it's probably the crappy tower I'm subject to, or some type of LoS radio interference that comes and goes. No idea, but the unit is doing its job and responding to radio environment changes appropriately. 9.5/10 final opinion(This is for the "3G/4G LTEFusion4Home Omni/Whip" package. My carrier is T-Mobile in northeast IL. I don't intend to use a high-gain antenna until I move to a rural area next year some time.)For a base background of my perspective, I am an IT contractor/engineer. Installation of something like this is, well, I can do it in my sleep. I haven't looked at the documentation in detail, just a quick glance. Beginners may make a few mistakes, most likely antenna placement errors (notably a lack of proper isolation to reduce feedback; you can have a LOT with two omni's), and it's very easy, relatively speaking, to destroy the shielding on coaxial cable without proper handling knowledge. I can't count how many times I've seen someone just yanking on a cable to get it fished while it's all knotted up and coiled, then when it's finally up, the signal is either ridiculously noisy, has a DC float, or just isn't there! Check out some simple how-to videos on YouTube for properly handling this stuff so you don't get burned if you're new! Nothing to be ashamed of, work smart, not hard!On to it then. I had purchased two different units than this, all claiming to re-transmit without modulation the original carriers. The other two units were between 100-160 bucks. Both of them failed miserably, producing no elevated flux within the appropriate ranges advertised. They did literally nothing. This unit, however, gave me the full-spectrum miracle I was looking for.Original circumstance: My office and workshop sit not only in the radio shadow of a deep concrete foundation, but the house is also in a graded depression. I might as well be in a Faraday cage here. 90% of calls go straight to voice-mail, text messages take 20 min to send/receive sometimes longer, the data network is non-existent, you get the picture. This all started happening after the carrier made a configuration change and/or lost a specific tower lease. Since I didn't buy a Samsung/Apple phone like the rest of the world, nobody was willing to help, and the specific phone I have is an international version that was missing one of the (now) higher density carrier waves in use in my area (just my luck). Buying a new phone is a refused option, mostly on principle, but also because I really do love my still relatively new Asus phone. So, I bought a few repeater units, since it's something I'll keep using for years to come, regardless of my phone in-hand.The unit: This unit has a simple low-gain rubber duck in a fiber tube. I used some of my software/spreadsheets and some public data to figure the best-educated-guess point for the duck, drilled out the brick, and mounted the antenna on the side of the house, no more than 4 feet off the ground, but it works. [Your mileage will vary significantly, especially if you are super-far from your carrier tower! The farther you are, the higher up you'll need to go. These frequencies are line-of-sight restricted. They are not ground-current waves, nor reflected by the ionosphere!] Then, running that 50ft coax indoors (straight through the wall) down into the basement work area, I mounted the repeater "box" on the unfinished ceiling in the center of the area. In my case, because I created a large amount of isolation, I can basically turn the gain all the way up on each SSL channel without feedback (No red LED's, at least). In my case, there's a really good amount of high-density or radio absorbent material between my outdoor duckie and the basement transmitter. Before that, all of my different carrier waves were at about -135db, now, everything is at a nice, healthy -70. The noise floor is very low down there, probably about -150db last I checked with my USB-SDR, but that's not "scientifically" accurate, as far as empirical metrics are concerned. Bottom line of it; it works very well, makes the 'discount' competition look like literal garbage. Aside from any radio physical or science, for the lay person, I have "full bars" on cellular service, I'm getting working 4G (As mentioned, my phone doesn't support my carriers LTE band, apparently they'll only use one around here or something.) but the 4G is having some issues that I'll look into when I have more time tonight. Also, other phones here with different GSM carriers are performing well, too.I hesitated to buy this because of the cost, but the cheaper units did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. This fixed all of my issues, it seems to be very well constructed (without going into any level of detail whatsoever, just all around 'looks fine, feels fine, works fine'). If you are looking for a more rural or long-range solution, you will probably want a yagi or a parabolic dish, whatever makes you sleep better for a high-gain, directional choice. I'm in the suburbs, 3 miles from a tower that I cannot "see" due to my land depression and foundation. I tried to be detailed for this review, since it's a pretty expensive little 'box', but I wrote this in a hurry, so I might have missed something. It's a good buy, if you need a working repeater with intuitive SSL, this will do the trick.5No signal for 2 years and now I have LTE and can tether my laptop.I left a position at Amazon in Seattle and bought a farm in Hurricane Mills, TN to raise my boys. For 2 years we've lived without cell reception and it was a little maddening. Seriously I could barely send a text from the front porch which was the only place I had a hint of a signal. We have a metal roof and that didn't help things indoors either. I bought this hoping to get even a little improvement. I hooked it up in about 30 minutes and the moment I plugged in the power I instantly had a full LTE signal. And the signal is strong throughout the entire 4000sq ft of our house. I freaked out! It was like Christmas around here. I could receive texts in real time. Walk around inside and actually talk on the phone. FaceTime with my family back in Seattle. Stream video. Even tether my laptop to my phone! I shared it on Facebook and I think 20 other people went and ordered it today. I highly recommend this booster. FYI I have ATT service.5
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  • Product Features: The Sure Call Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel boosts weak signal in areas up to 5, 000 sq. ft. This results in fewer dropped calls, improved battery life, higher audio quality, and faster data and streaming. Sure call cell phone signal boosters are compatible with all North American carriers including: AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, Sprint, Straight Talk, U. S. Cellular and many more. FCC approved.
  • Best For: The Sure Call Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel is the most powerful cell phone signal booster for large homes in rural and suburban areas. Indoor coverage area will vary based on available outdoor signal strength: 1-2 bars ~2, 000 sq. Ft, 3-4 bars ~3, 000 sq. Ft, 5 bars ~5, 000 sq. Ft.
  • Future Proof: The SureCall Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel is compatible with all 5G phones. It will boost voice and 4G LTE data signals on 5G phones and devices.
  • Installation: Simply set up the outdoor yagi-directional antenna, run the coax cable into your home, and place the cellular amplifier (base unit) where you want. Next, mount the indoor panel-antenna on a wall or inside of a closet. Then simply connect it to the amplifier using the remaining piece of coax cable.
  • Built to Last: The Fusion4Home Yagi/Panel is built with the highest quality materials for reliable connectivity when you need it most! Assembled in the U. S. A.
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Works as described!I live in a rural area where the service isn t terrible but my metal roof makes things worse. We use ATTs rural internet. The signal strength was yellow and when I logged into the router is showed a signal strength of around -105 to -110. So not good. I had been searching and researching boosters for at least 3 years now and finally decided on this one based on it s price, the positive reviews from people who know the limits of such a product, and the research I had done on it. The product I purchased is the Fusion4Home with the Omni antenna.The Omni antenna took us from -110 db to -78. Service on the modem went from yellow to green at 2 bars of green. I have a directional antenna that I installed and it increased the bars all the way to 4 out of 5 in the green. Db stayed about the same. Like I said, I m not terribly far away from a tower it s just my roof that makes things worse. Before installation download speeds were around 1-10 Mbps and upload around 1-4. After installation average download went to 7-16 Mbps and upload 4-8 Mbps. Seems our average speed hovers around 8-10 Mbps. The best thing this did for our internet was make the signal stronger and more reliable. Before it was like our signal was constantly jumping between 1-10 Mbps which made things load slowly (increased our ping). Now our ping is much better at around 60-80 ms (was over 100) and we can stream Netflix and play online video games at the same time with no interference or lag. I am debating purcashing a yagi antenna to see if I can get the signal to stay consistently over 10 Mbps. The fastest i have seen the download since installation was 26 Mbps. That s insane considering it was around 1 Mbps without it. I have noticed that the internet is slower at peak usage hours and faster in the early morning when few people are using the towers. Installation is as easy as plug and play. If you have any questions or are on the fence about a booster feel free to ask me any thing about the booster and I ll try to help!5went from no service to 2 barsTHIS IS A LONG ONE! I am rating this 5 stars because it gave us service after 14 years in this house. We live in the mountains and have had extremely spotty reception, dropped calls, texts coming through days late, etc. We switched from Verizon to ATT in order to get new phones and realized there was no service at all with att. yikes. We had tried various other smaller boosters over the years with no success. A friend recommended this system so I bought it out of desperation. We tried to set it up ourselves. Not fun. Even though they say there's a way to tell where the strongest signal is coming from, it didn't work for us. So, for self installation in a mountainous area I give 1 star. And I couldn't talk to tech support because there was no signal. Luckily the same friend had an installer they used to fine tune it. He mounted it on a tall pole on the very top of the roof. Even then it was spotty. We had him come back and play with the antenna position and BINGO! we have reception. So even with an installer, it took a couple of tries to get it right. My house is under 2000 sq ft so I ordered that sized system. The installer suggested I add the panel antenna from the next size up system.It didn't come with the cable to connect the interior panel to the panel antenna and it doesn't say that when you order it. frustrating. But SureCall took pity on me and sent me a cable after I drove an hour to get the wrong one. They sent wrong one as well. lol but they were so nice on phone and yesterday after many tries, I have the right cable and connected it. Now I have 2-3 bars in the house. So, I definitely recommend this system. I suggest you order a bigger one than your house sq footage needs to boost signal even more. I definitely recommend finding an installer. SureCall was very receptive to my situation and the help I needed. Good customer service.5Works well and provides good troubleshooting infoI started my home booster adventure with a WeBoost Connect 4G and ended up returning it because it couldn't handle the fact that in my area we have Verizon and AT&T both operating LTE in the 700Mhz band, where they are right next to each other in the frequency spectrum. The AT&T signal comes in a bit stringer than Verizon and I need Verizon, but for the WeBoost these are indistinguishable. The result was that the WeBoost didn't amplify the Verizon LTE signal enough causing my phone to stick to 3G (which is in a different band).I purchased the SureCall unit because of the manual gain adjustments, which I expected would let me tune down the 3G signal so my phone would actually hop to 4G giving me decent data transfer rates. The short of the story is that (a) the per-band tunig does work and help, (b) the LED indicators are much more informative allowing me to understand what is happening much better, and (c) this booster provides some degree of distinction between the two adjacent LTE carriers. This unit is also much better built being all-aluminum and the exterior Yagi has higher gain. I have had several email exchanges with the SureCall support and got great responses. The only downside is that I got the version with the little indoor omni instead of the panel antenna and the panel is better. But I am now buying a ceiling dome, which I hope to be better than either of the other two.In summary, if you're hesitating between the WeBoost Connect 4G and the SureCall Fusion4Home I would recommend the SureCall.One thing that is somewhat confusing is what the various LED flash patterns really mean. There is a yellow insert sheet that describes them, but it's a bit incomplete. Here are a few more notes:- If an LED is OFF it means that the booster is operating in that band at the gain set by the dial, i.e., it's doing great (this state is completely missing from the docs).- If an LED is flashing YELLOW it means that automatic gain control (AGC) is reducing the gain (amplification) in that band below what is set because of feedback between the indoor and outdoor antennas. If you want a stronger indoor signal you need to increase separation.- If an LED is flashing RED it means that AGC is reducing the gain in that band below what is set because the signal from the tower is too strong (I suspect the reduction is primarily on the transmit-to-tower side).In my configuration I'm having insufficient antenna separation for maximum amplification and I'm not that far from towers so what I observe is the following. If I turn the gain for a band all the way down the LED becomes red indicating that the band is off. As I turn up the gain the LED goes to blinking red indicating that the tower signal is strong and AGC is limiting the gain (I presume in the transmit to tower direction). As I turn the gain up further the LED switches to blinking yellow indicating that AGC is also limiting the gain transmitting indoors due to feedback between the two antennas. All this has allowed me to learn much more about what is really happening and I have been able to tune the bands so everything works OK for me. The next step will be to purchase a ceiling dome antenna for indoors because it radiates much less upwards to where the outdoor antenna is. The alternative would be to relocate or raise the outdoor antenna, which is more difficult for me.Update may 2017: the booster is still working well for me. I ended up purchasing an indoor dome antenna in order to increase the separation between the outdoor antenna on my roof and the indoor antenna. I selected a "DomeAnt-Alpha Omnidirectional Ceiling Antenna for Boosters, Amplifiers, Repeaters" after contacting WirEng and getting confirmation that this antenna has the least upwards radiation, i.e., interferes the least with the outside antenna above my roof. This antenna made a big difference for me.5Problem is not the booster, its the towers. How to correct it!!My dad and I purchased this with the hopes to be able to get a better signal. We had almost no signal at all, with our Verizon phones. Literally on the Verizon map there was signal all around the property, and none in the exact spot that the house was at.So we installed the antenna and pointed it at the direction where we were getting some intermittent signals from. We successfully connected and had internet on my phone. It was great signal, then it failed to send and receive calls and texts.We troubleshot the issue for several days. Called the support line(excellent customer service!!!) they even sent us a new antenna; we actually found it was not the antenna. We moved the antenna to the other side of the house and connected to another cell tower area.Come to find out it is not the booster, ITS THE TOWERS. The booster is designed to connect to a strong signal from outside. It seemed to be picking up a tower that had only data on it. Maybe it was due to it being in an area where TVA operated(power company) and they just had data towers for IoT devices. I believe that the issues people are having is not the booster, but the towers. If you have issues try pointing the antenna in another direction toward other towers, or maybe change they type of antenna used. I used apps on my phone to tell me the tower ids and used some online tower maps to help find out what I was connecting to. I was able to see the information needed to determine that whenever I hit the same tower that my booster was picking up, I had the same issues without the booster. The maps can be your friend. Also a tip, if you have an interstate close by(up to maybe 20 miles), you may want to point the antenna in that direction. Interstates are heavily covered nowadays.5Does not work at all.This thing is total junk. I got the first one and set everything up turn it on and the unit died. I contacted the company and they sent out a new one but it doesn't boost any signal. I had an old one I bought for cheap 10 years ago that worked awesome until lighting took it out. I thought this would be way better but I have to walk outside to get a text message. Crazy think my phone shows good bars but I can't receive a call or text. It really sucks because I've been messing around with this thing for 3 months now with sending the other back so its outside of their 60 window for returns. Maybe others have had good luck but this has been a total disaster for me.Update.It started working again. I had about 32-35ft between the antenna and the inside unit. Same place as my old one. I move the inside unit about 7 feet farther away and it started working. So make sure you have at least 40' between the base unit and the outside antenna. I'm not sure why their instructions show it will work with less than 40 ft between them but it does not. This could have saved me about 3 months frustration and messing with the dials on it.3Wow! It works!IT WORKS!!! I was skeptical, and especially at over $400. I have Verizon; one tower is 3.2 miles away and the other is 5.2 miles away. I have always 1 bar 3G or No Service in the house, and I had to do something. We had an old tripod still mounted to the roof for the large rotary TV antennas that were popular 25 years ago. I installed the outdoor antenna on a 10' piece of 1" conduit attached to the old TV antenna tripod, so it's mounted about 13'-14' above the peak of a single story 1,800 sq ft house, or about 25' above the ground. The indoor antenna is in the basement as far away from the outdoor antenna as I could get it. If I am in the basement, where I previously had No Service, I now have 3 bars LTE service! On the main floor of the house I have usually have 2 bars LTE, but its plenty good enough to talk and surf. I am very impressed with this antenna; I went with this one because of the reviews and the ability to set the signal strengths as I need/want them. I might look into getting the remote antenna down the road, but this works fine now. This antenna comes with the outdoor Yagi antenna with mounting bracket and two U clamps to mount to an existing pole, indoor receiver + power cord, small indoor whip antenna, and 50' of coax cable. I bought a 100' length of coax cable instead because I knew this was going to be over 50'. In retrospect, its worth every penny!5Piece of junk! Dont Buy!! Lots of pics to support this claim included!This device is absolutely horrible. It doesn t work well at all.I installed the outdoor Omni antenna on my roof. See pic. I then ran the cable inside to the opposite end of my RV to ensure that there was no chance for oscillation to occur.I plugged the outdoor antenna and indoor Whip antenna to the device. I also registered the device with ATT as required.Without the device plugged in I have 2 bars on my iPhone 8+ with download speed of 17.4Mbs and upload of 2.2Mbs. I also have -112 dB on rsrp0 (primary receiver). See pics labeled No Booster.With the booster turned ON I still see only two bars, my download speed went DOWN from 17.4Mbs TO 3.70Mbs!!! My upload speed went up from 2.2Mbs to about 4Mbs which is ok. But we depend on download speeds much more than upload speeds. The dB reading with the booster On ALSO GOT WORSE and went from -112 to -120db!!! See pics.I called TS and they were pretty much useless. They had me move the inside unit, lower the gain on the dials, and nothing worked.I made the HUGE mistake of installing it without doing a dry-run first. Do yourself a favor and do a dry run by placing the components in their respective areas temporarily and testing it so you can return the damn thing easier when it doesn t work for you either.Overall I am not at all impressed with this device and will return it for a WeBoost.1Works 100% ! My signal went from -105~120 to -75~80 !Per the headline, my signal went from -105/120 (non-existant) to around -75/80 (booming 5 bars). I live in a Santa Fe crewcar with 3/8" thick skin, so basically cell service doesn't exist unless my phone is sitting in the proper window. After a quick install of this booster, I now have 5 bars (3G HSDPA/HSDPA+) on my Note4, and 4-5 bars (LTE) on a LG Stylo3. I now have service in my front yard and carport areas, whereas before, I had no signal at all, or a spotty 1 bar at best. Now I can maintain a call from my truck all the way into the house without so much as a hiccup. Finally, service I can depend on around, and most importantly, IN my house.On the quality of the components, even before unboxing I knew I'd found a great setup. The packaging is nice, full color printed and obviously produced for store shelf display. No cheap Chinese bulk packaging or knockoff tech here folks. The booster unit itself is surprisingly heavy, indicating a LOT of heat sink and that its not just a hollow box with led's on the outside. The outdoor omni antenna is very high quality, and should give years of service even here in the heat of Texas.This is a 5 band booster, covering LTE-A/LTE-V/WCDMA, HSPA, HSDPA, HSDPA+ (3G)/PCS/AWS . Since I only need LTE-A (ATT) and HSPA, HSDPA (+)/3G service, I turned the other bands off to avoid excess radiation inside the house. Basically, this repeater should cover any network in the US. The ERP (effective radiated power) is ~1 watt for the US, and 3 for Canadian versions. This one is advertised to cover UP TO 2000 sq feet IF you have a decent signal outside (3-5 bars), and my unit is absolutely meeting those claims.Don't expect a simple one shot install on this unless you are either very lucky or really get how these units work. I totally understand the tech, and still had to move things around a couple of times to get rid of feedback/oscillation issues. I was having to reboot the unit a few times a day until I got everything installed "just so". Basically, don't give up if things don't work perfectly on the first install attempt, this IS a great unit and very much does what its supposed to once properly installed. Separation, specifically vertical separation, is absolutely key to having a reliable system.I used "Network Cell Info" (lite) to help determine which tower I was attaching to, along with the general direction through the app's dashboard. Definitely a helpful tool for booster installation if you have no clue where the towers really are. (The app shows many other towers in the area which I know for a fact don't exist, so beware of that).While not a cheap item, you do get what you pay for. I bought this system after returning a cheap $89 version which only made things worse (if anything at all). I knew in my gut it probably wouldn't work, but took a chance anyway. Lesson learned. Atleast it only took a couple of days to be refunded on the cheap one, Amazon rocks! If you have any outside signal, this system will definitely make things a thousand percent better inside (but again, only with proper installation and setup).Bottom line: THIS booster works as it should, and is an investment worth making to have reliable cell service.5It's very good.Update: things seem to be operating well over time. I have great pseudo-coverage now. I do notice from time to time that the red flicks on for one or two of the bands, but it's not the device's fault for tripping the attenuation, it's probably the crappy tower I'm subject to, or some type of LoS radio interference that comes and goes. No idea, but the unit is doing its job and responding to radio environment changes appropriately. 9.5/10 final opinion(This is for the "3G/4G LTEFusion4Home Omni/Whip" package. My carrier is T-Mobile in northeast IL. I don't intend to use a high-gain antenna until I move to a rural area next year some time.)For a base background of my perspective, I am an IT contractor/engineer. Installation of something like this is, well, I can do it in my sleep. I haven't looked at the documentation in detail, just a quick glance. Beginners may make a few mistakes, most likely antenna placement errors (notably a lack of proper isolation to reduce feedback; you can have a LOT with two omni's), and it's very easy, relatively speaking, to destroy the shielding on coaxial cable without proper handling knowledge. I can't count how many times I've seen someone just yanking on a cable to get it fished while it's all knotted up and coiled, then when it's finally up, the signal is either ridiculously noisy, has a DC float, or just isn't there! Check out some simple how-to videos on YouTube for properly handling this stuff so you don't get burned if you're new! Nothing to be ashamed of, work smart, not hard!On to it then. I had purchased two different units than this, all claiming to re-transmit without modulation the original carriers. The other two units were between 100-160 bucks. Both of them failed miserably, producing no elevated flux within the appropriate ranges advertised. They did literally nothing. This unit, however, gave me the full-spectrum miracle I was looking for.Original circumstance: My office and workshop sit not only in the radio shadow of a deep concrete foundation, but the house is also in a graded depression. I might as well be in a Faraday cage here. 90% of calls go straight to voice-mail, text messages take 20 min to send/receive sometimes longer, the data network is non-existent, you get the picture. This all started happening after the carrier made a configuration change and/or lost a specific tower lease. Since I didn't buy a Samsung/Apple phone like the rest of the world, nobody was willing to help, and the specific phone I have is an international version that was missing one of the (now) higher density carrier waves in use in my area (just my luck). Buying a new phone is a refused option, mostly on principle, but also because I really do love my still relatively new Asus phone. So, I bought a few repeater units, since it's something I'll keep using for years to come, regardless of my phone in-hand.The unit: This unit has a simple low-gain rubber duck in a fiber tube. I used some of my software/spreadsheets and some public data to figure the best-educated-guess point for the duck, drilled out the brick, and mounted the antenna on the side of the house, no more than 4 feet off the ground, but it works. [Your mileage will vary significantly, especially if you are super-far from your carrier tower! The farther you are, the higher up you'll need to go. These frequencies are line-of-sight restricted. They are not ground-current waves, nor reflected by the ionosphere!] Then, running that 50ft coax indoors (straight through the wall) down into the basement work area, I mounted the repeater "box" on the unfinished ceiling in the center of the area. In my case, because I created a large amount of isolation, I can basically turn the gain all the way up on each SSL channel without feedback (No red LED's, at least). In my case, there's a really good amount of high-density or radio absorbent material between my outdoor duckie and the basement transmitter. Before that, all of my different carrier waves were at about -135db, now, everything is at a nice, healthy -70. The noise floor is very low down there, probably about -150db last I checked with my USB-SDR, but that's not "scientifically" accurate, as far as empirical metrics are concerned. Bottom line of it; it works very well, makes the 'discount' competition look like literal garbage. Aside from any radio physical or science, for the lay person, I have "full bars" on cellular service, I'm getting working 4G (As mentioned, my phone doesn't support my carriers LTE band, apparently they'll only use one around here or something.) but the 4G is having some issues that I'll look into when I have more time tonight. Also, other phones here with different GSM carriers are performing well, too.I hesitated to buy this because of the cost, but the cheaper units did ABSOLUTELY NOTHING. This fixed all of my issues, it seems to be very well constructed (without going into any level of detail whatsoever, just all around 'looks fine, feels fine, works fine'). If you are looking for a more rural or long-range solution, you will probably want a yagi or a parabolic dish, whatever makes you sleep better for a high-gain, directional choice. I'm in the suburbs, 3 miles from a tower that I cannot "see" due to my land depression and foundation. I tried to be detailed for this review, since it's a pretty expensive little 'box', but I wrote this in a hurry, so I might have missed something. It's a good buy, if you need a working repeater with intuitive SSL, this will do the trick.5No signal for 2 years and now I have LTE and can tether my laptop.I left a position at Amazon in Seattle and bought a farm in Hurricane Mills, TN to raise my boys. For 2 years we've lived without cell reception and it was a little maddening. Seriously I could barely send a text from the front porch which was the only place I had a hint of a signal. We have a metal roof and that didn't help things indoors either. I bought this hoping to get even a little improvement. I hooked it up in about 30 minutes and the moment I plugged in the power I instantly had a full LTE signal. And the signal is strong throughout the entire 4000sq ft of our house. I freaked out! It was like Christmas around here. I could receive texts in real time. Walk around inside and actually talk on the phone. FaceTime with my family back in Seattle. Stream video. Even tether my laptop to my phone! I shared it on Facebook and I think 20 other people went and ordered it today. I highly recommend this booster. FYI I have ATT service.5
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