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 Fusion5s™ CA cell phone signal booster increases signal strength for voice, text and 4G LTE data in areas up to 35,000 square feet, reducing dropped and missed calls for multiple simultaneous users on all Canadian cell carriers.
Equipped with built-in Sentry remote monitoring, Force5 2.0™ is the first cell phone signal booster with integrated remote access to optimize performance from off-site. Quick and seamless adjustments with SureCall’s mobile app.
Flare 3.0® is the first cell phone signal booster with a combined indoor antenna and signal booster, simplifying setup and increasing voice, text and 4G LTE signal strength for all Canadian cell carriers up to 3,000 sq ft.
The Fusion4Home 3.0™ Yagi / Panel cell phone signal booster increases voice, text and 4G LTE signal strength in a small home or office up to 4,000 sq ft for all Canadian carriers, including Bell, Rogers, SaskTel and Telus.
In offices and commercial buildings a mobile phone booster can provide everybody inside the building with reliable connectivity to the Canada’s national network. Signal boosters require no recurring fees, can be easy to install for small spaces, and are used across Canada to boost weak voice, text and 4G LTE mobile Internet signals for reliable service in small and large offices and commercial buildings.
Offices and commercial buildings with no mobile coverage inside and weak but usable signals outside or nearby the building can improve the mobile service inside by installing a SureCall signal booster. Mobile phone signal boosters use an outside antenna to capture the signal that exists outside of the building, a signal booster that strengthens the signal’s strength, and inside antenna(s) to distribute the improved mobile signal throughout the inside of the building. Mobile phone boosters are used to stop dropped calls and fix weak signals in offices and commercial buildings up to 500,000 square feet. Any space with a weak signal can benefit from one of SureCall’s powerful mobile phone signal boosters to improve signals for all networks, all phones and devices, and with absolutely no recurring fees after purchase.
Selecting the best mobile phone signal booster for an office or commercial building will depend on a few things - size of the building, strength of the signal outside of the building, density and number of walls in the building, price, number of networks, and satisfaction suite of the manufacturer. SureCall signal boosters work with all Canadian national networks to boost call, text and 4G LTE data in offices and commercial buildings with any wall density up to 500,000 square feet. As long as there is a usable signal outside of the building, one of our boosters will be able to boost the signal with the best price-performance value of any signal booster on the market a Customer Satisfaction Suite that provides SureCall customers with a 3-year warranty, 60-day money-back guarantee, and lifetime technical support.
There are three cellular improvement solutions that are most frequently used to boost signals in small and large offices and commercial spaces: signal booster, femtocell (also called microcell), and Active Distributed Antenna System (DAS). The best option for improving cell service in an office or commercial space is simple to identify by answering a few basic questions.
If yes, the signal booster will be the better choice as one signal booster can improve the signal strength for every Canadian national network with a weak signal outside of building. On the other hand, femtocells and microcells are specific to one network. Active DAS can also boost signals for multiple networks, however, you must seek the approval of the FCC and every network you will be boosting - this can be a long process but multiple network coverage is possible with Active DAS.
SureCall mobile phone signal boosters can improve signals in buildings 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. Active DAS boosts signals for massive buildings, stadiums, shopping malls and other spaces over 500,000 square feet that have a very high count of simultaneous users.
If no, you will be best suited by a femtocell or microcell that can be purchased from your specific network. These work by creating a mobile hotspot that uses the building’s Internet connection. A second option for very large buildings with no outside signal is Active DAS, which connects directly to the network and can generate a signal even if one is not already present in the area. On the other hand, if there is a usable signal near the building, a signal booster is most often the better choice for improving signals for every Canadian national network.
When it comes to timeline, a femtocell can be easily installed, a signal booster can be installed in anywhere between one day and one week, depending on the size of the building, and Active DAS often takes more than one year for receipt of all approvals from FCC and networks and installation. The price to improve cell signal varies. Femtocells cost a few hundred dollars and have a recurring monthly fee, cell phone signal boosters cost between a few hundred to a few thousand dollars and have no recurring fees, and Active DAS costs tens to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Dropped calls, slow mobile Internet, and weak signals are the product of many different factors working both together and alone. Distance from a tower, cell tower user capacity, and the number of objects between a phone and the tower all contribute to 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 mobile phone and a cell tower, the weaker the resulting signal will be. This needs to be taken into mind both for the signal the device receives from the tower and the signal the device sends back to the cell tower. SureCall signal boosters boost that signal for both directions to overcome those mobile phone signal blocking obstacles.