SureCall's Flare 3.0® with increased uplink power and high-gain yagi antenna is the most powerful booster in its category and can improve cell service in very weak signal areas, which means it works where you need it most.
The Fusion4Home™ 3.0 cell phone signal booster increases voice, text and 4G LTE cellular signal strength in a home or office up to 4,000 sq ft for all Canadian cell carriers, including Bell, Rogers, SaskTel and Telus.
Designed for mid-sized commercial buildings and large residences, Fusion5X 2.0™ increases voice, text and 4G LTE signals for all Canadian cell carriers. Fusion5X 2.0 reduces dropped & missed calls and extends battery life for all cellular devices.
The FlexPro dual band cell phone signal booster includes an outdoor directional yagi antenna and omni indoor antenna that increases voice and text cellular signal strength indoors up to 3,000 square feet for all major Canadian carriers.
Signal boosters for home improve mobile phone signals for all Canadian national networks and all devices, require no recurring fees, can be simple to install, and are a great way to improve weak call, text and 4G LTE mobile Internet signals in a small and large homes, apartments, cabins and cottages.
For homes with no mobile phone signal inside and weak or moderately usable signals outside or nearby the home a signal booster can improve the mobile phone connection inside of the home. Mobile phone signal boosters work by capturing the signal outside of the home using an outside antenna, strengthening the signal with a phone signal booster, and distributing the improved signal inside of the home using one or more internal antennas. Signal boosters are used to stop dropped calls and fix weak mobile phone signals in small and large homes and apartments across Canada. Any home with a weak signal can benefit from one of SureCall’s powerful signal boosters to improve call, text and mobile Internet speeds inside the home for all Canadian national networks, all cell phones and devices, and with absolutely no recurring fees after purchase.
Picking the best mobile phone signal booster will depend on a few things - size of the home, strength of the signal outside of the home, density and number of walls in the home, price, number of networks, and satisfaction suite of the manufacturer. SureCall signal boosters work with all national networks in Canada to boost call, text and 4G LTE data in homes of any size, with any wall density, and, as long as there is a usable signal outside or nearby to the home, one of our signal boosters will be able to boost the signal in the home. SureCall has the best price-performance value of any booster on the market and guarantees all of our products with the best Customer Satisfaction Suite in the industry: 3-year warranty, 60-day money-back guarantee, and lifetime technical support.
Homes with weak mobile signals can improve their cellular service with one of two common cellular solutions: signal booster or femtocell (also called a microcell). There are a few clear differentiators to identify which will be best suited to improve cell service in a home.
If yes, the signal booster will be the better choice as one signal booster can improve the signal strength for every network with a signal outside of a home. On the other hand, femtocells and microcells are specific to one network.
Signal boosters can boost mobile signals in spaces up to about 500,000 square feet, depending on the booster kit. Femtocells and microcells boost signals for very small areas, typically between 1 to 2 rooms.
If no, you will be best suited by a femtocell or microcell that can be purchased from your specific mobile network. These work by creating a cellular hotspot using the home’s Internet connection. On the other hand, if there is a usable signal near the home, a signal booster is most often the better choice for a larger coverage area and improved signals for multiple Canadian national networks. Homes no signal outside and no Internet in the home are in a tricky situation and these customers may want to consider transferring to a different network that provides more reliable coverage in the area.
Dropped calls, slow mobile Internet, and weak cell signal are the product of many different elements working both together and alone. Distance from a cell tower, tower user capacity, and the number of objects between a phone and the tower all cause dropped calls and weak signals. Some of the common signal blocking objects include mountains, rocks, trees, snow or dirt-pile, rain, dust in the air, buildings, dense walls, and anything made of metal, like copper, aluminum, iron and more. Basically, the more items or distance between a phone and the cell tower, the weaker the signal will be. This needs to be taken into mind both for the signal a device receives from the tower and the signal your phone sends back to the cell tower. SureCall signal boosters for Canada boost that signal for both directions to overcome those mobile phone signal blocking obstacles.