Our cell phones have become our do-everything gadgets and nothing is more important about them than being a safety line. Whether you’re lost on the way to a friend’s house or in the back woods, having the phone gives us confidence and a way to solve the problem. Pretty much the only way they aren’t helpful for communication is when there is a lack of cellular signal.
That’s where a gadget like the Wilson Electronics
Sleek® 4G cell phone signal booster (MSRP $179.99) comes in. Whether you need enough bars to power the map app to find your way or whether a true emergency far from help requires a call, a signal booster can be the difference between fast and slow or no service. The Wilson Sleek 4G helps reduce dropped calls, increases data rates in weak signal areas and originates calls from those dreaded “dead spots.” Peace of mind.
Simple to install, simple to use. The cradle attaches to your dash, then cables run from the cradle to the rooftop antenna (secured by a magnet) and to the car charger. Place your phone in the cradle and watch the signal increase.
Sleek® 4G Video
Caveat: Before using, you must register the device with your wireless provider and have your provider’s consent. Most wireless providers consent to the use of signal boosters. Some providers may not consent to the use of this device on their network.
“All Wilson boosters have gone through the new FCC certification process and are approved for sale and purchase. Wireless providers including ATandT, Sprint, T–Mobile, Verizon and many others, have agreed to allow the operation of consumer signal boosters that meet the FCC’s new rules, as long as the end user registers their booster with their service provider. To register your Wilson booster with your carrier, click here (http://www.wilsonelectronics.com/carrier-registration).”
This product was provided for review purposes – all opinions are my own.