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Improve Mobility Coverage in Vehicles and Boats

Stop dropped calls in cars, trucks, vans, RVs and boats by boosting the cell signal. All SureCall mobile phone boosters for vehicle and boat improve call, text, and 4G LTE data signals for Bell, Rogers, SaskTel, Telus and every other Canadian national network.

Fusion2Go 3.0 Canada
Vehicle Use
Vehicle Use
Boosts 3G & 4G LTE Signal
Boosts 3G & 4G LTE Signal
Vehicle Interior
Vehicle Interior
Simple Setup in Minutes
Simple Setup in Minutes

Fusion2Go 3.0™ provides the max gain and power possible for an in-vehicle cell phone signal booster ensuring seamless connectivity in remote areas. Works with all Canadian carriers, including Bell, Rogers, SaskTel and Telus.

N-Range Canada
Vehicle Use
Vehicle Use
Boosts 3G & 4G LTE Signal
Boosts 3G & 4G LTE Signal
Single User
Single User
Simple Setup in Minutes
Simple Setup in Minutes

With just two components, N-Range has revolutionized the vehicle signal booster to keep drivers connected to very distant and hard to reach cell towers. Boosts voice, text and 4G LTE for all Canadian cell carriers and devices.

Fusion2Go 3.0 RV Canada
RV Use
RV Use
Boosts 3G & 4G LTE Signal
Boosts 3G & 4G LTE Signal
Entire RV
Entire RV
Increases Battery Life
Increases Battery Life

The Fusion2Go 3.0 RV™ cell phone signal booster increases signal strength for voice, text and 4G LTE data signals for all Canadian cell carriers, reducing dropped and missed calls for clear and reliable signal inside any RV or motorhome.

What is a Mobile Phone Signal Booster for Vehicle and Boat?

Signal boosters for car, truck, van, RV and boat improve mobility coverage for all Canadian national networks and all devices. After purchasing the booster kit there are no recurring fees and installation is quick and easy. Once installed a mobile phone booster will improve weak voice, text and 4G LTE mobile Internet speeds for device users with weak signals in any vehicle or boat.

How Do Signal Boosters for Mobile Work?

For vehicles and boats that frequently encounter areas with weak mobile phone signals a signal booster can give drivers and passengers access to more reliable mobility coverage. Signal boosters improve connectivity for calling, texting and 4G LTE mobile Internet for streaming and applications. Mobile phone signal boosters for vehicles and boats capture the signal that exists outside of the vehicle or boat, strengthen the signal and redistribute the improved signal inside of the vehicle to either one or multiple devices. Signal boosters are a simple to install solution that are commonly used to stop dropped calls, fix weak mobility signals in boats and vehicles like cars, sedans, trucks, vans, fleets, RVs and more. SureCall cell phone signal boosters are compatible with all Canadian mobile networks, all cell phones and devices, and require no recurring fees after purchase.

Best Mobile Phone Signal Booster for Car, Truck, RV, SUV or Boat

Choosing the best signal booster for mobile, vehicle or boat depends on a few things - type of vehicle or boat, strength of the outside signal, number of simultaneous device users, price, and satisfaction suite of the manufacturer. SureCall mobile phone signal boosters for Canada work with all national networks to improve voice, text and 4G LTE mobile Internet reliability in vehicles, boats and any other mobile application. If there is a weak but usable signal outside of the vehicle, one of our signal boosters will be able to give one or many simultaneous device users more reliable mobility coverage inside the car, sedan, truck, van, fleets, boat or RV. SureCall mobile boosters have the best price-performance value of any booster on the market and come with the industry’s best Customer Satisfaction Suite: 3-year warranty, 60-day money-back guarantee, and lifetime technical support.

Improve Coverage for Bell, Telus, Sasktel, and Rogers in a Vehicle or Boat

Mobile vehicles and boats with weak mobile signals can boost their reception with a mobile phone signal booster. There are two alternatives to a signal booster: change mobility networks and signal enhancing phone cases or stickers, which we have tested and do not suggest. In most situations a mobile phone booster can improve your mobility coverage for any carrier. Essentially, if that network has a signal available outside of the vehicle or boat a SureCall signal booster is well very equipped to capture that signal, boost it, and distribute it to either one or multiple devices, depending on the signal booster you choose.

What Causes Dropped Calls and Bad Cell Reception?

Dropped calls, slow cell phone data, and weak cell signal are the product of many different factors working both together and alone. Distance from a cell tower, cell tower user capacity, and the number of objects between you and the tower all cause dropped calls and weak cell 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 cell phone and a cell tower, the weaker the signal will be. This needs to be taken into mind both for the signal the device receives from the cell tower and the signal the device sends back to the cell tower. SureCall signal boosters for mobile vehicles and boats boost that signal for both directions to overcome those cell phone signal blocking obstacles.

Best Way to Improve Mobility Coverage in a Vehicle or Boat

  1. Get outside or let the outside in. Typically about half of the signal outside of an enclosed vehicle or boat is unable to penetrate through the exterior body. Try rolling down a window or, when stationary in a safe place, step outside of the vehicle to get a clearer line of sight to the nearest cell tower.
  2. Get to open space. Avoid trees, mountains, buildings and other objects that can block a mobile phone signal by getting to open space or a higher elevation that may have a better line of sight to the closest cell tower in the area.
  3. Charge the mobile phone battery. A mobile phone with a full battery has more power to send and receive signals to and from faraway towers than a mobile phone with a weak battery.
  4. Remove the phone case. Phone cases can have a moderate impact on your cell signal. Although it will not hugely decrease the mobile signal’s strength, when trying to get a call out in weak signal areas, everything little bit helps.
  5. Buy a signal booster or change to a different Canadian national network. If dropped calls are a recurring issue there are two good options available to improve your call, text and mobile Internet reliability for good. If there is a network that provides more reliable service in the area, try transferring networks. If all networks have weak signals a mobile phone signal booster for vehicle or boat will be the best choice for getting the best possible mobility coverage in the weakest signal areas. Signal boosters work with all Canadian national networks, are completely hands-free, simple to install, and are cost effective with no recurring fees.