weBoost Drive X (475021R) Factory Refurbished Vehicle Cell Phone Signal Booster | Car, Truck, Van, or SUV | All U.S. Carriers – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint & More | 1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
The Drive X is weBoost’s standard multi-user vehicle cell signal booster. It’s designed to reach cell towers up to 33% farther and provide stronger coverage than the weBoost Drive Sleek single user booster with 24.8 dBm uplink power, 2.9 downlink power, and up to 50 dB max gain. Users experience fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, and even faster mobile internet enhancing cell signal on the road in your car, truck, van, or SUV. Keep your antenna secured on the roof of your vehicle with a powerful magnet-mount or an adhesive disk for non-magnetic roofs. Also comes with a 12VDC power cord that can be plugged into the cigarette lighter. The weBoost Drive X is compatible with all U.S. network carriers such as Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and more. The hassle-free installation doesn’t require any tools and is easy to set up in just minutes with easy-to-follow instructions. Just in case you have any questions, our friendly U.S.-based customer service is here to support you.
Professionally inspected and refurbished by weBoost, these kits are just like new and come with a full 1 Year Manufacturer warranty with all genuine components. Same great quality with a piece of mind!
STRONGER CELL SIGNAL: With 33% farther gain than our Drive Sleek single user booster, the weBoost Drive X signal booster offers fewer dropped calls, better voice quality, faster mobile internet, improved audio and video streaming, and greater hotspot capability even in remote areas.
CARRIER COMPATIBILITY — With multi-user functionality, every passenger can enjoy stronger cell signal from all networks including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular and more.
INTUITIVE, TOOL-FREE INSTALLATION: Includes a user-friendly guide to help ensure quick, easy, and hassle-free setup in any type of car, truck, van or SUV.
FCC APPROVED: Meets all FCC guidelines and won’t interrupt or harm any carriers’ signals to and from the cell tower.
(as of May 17,2022 23:55:29 UTC – Details)