I live in a portion of Austin called Rollingwood. Like Willow Glen in San Jose, or countless towns in the London area, Rollingwood was its own town for a period before it was absorbed by Austin. But the point here is that it ain’t called Rollingwood for nothing; it’s a lot of hills and dips. And as a result, that gives you (to put it mildly) whacky phone coverage. We’re constantly dealing with dropped calls and lost signals. In fact, there’s a spot on my street where calls inevitable cut out when I drive through it (my theory is that there’s some buried power line or something). But in any event, something to boost the signal would be cool.
Like this Wi-Ex zBoost DataBlast UPGRADE which enables “previously installed booster products to split the signal cable and establish a new 4G Data Zone in conjunction with the zBoost.” The zBoost DataBlast improves the 4G LTE signal on the AT&T network and the AWS data speeds on T-Mobile. Using the new zBoost 4G DataBlast is supposed to result in 20X faster data speed, so that you can enjoy voice, data and Internet services on your mobile phones “including high-speed data and video, instant messaging, pictures and more.” Sound like something that you’d be interested in? Then take a look at their web page. And if you do, be sure to let us know what you think below!