Wilson Electronics New Sleek 4G LTE Universal Cellular Signal Booster Rocks!

Wilson Electronics New Sleek 4G LTE Universal Cellular Signal Booster Rocks!

I’m a big fan of Wilson Electronics Cellular signal boosters, and I got to spend a little bit of time Joe Banos (their CEO) checking out their new 4G LTE Universal Cellular Signal Booster and learning about what’s going on in the booster market. Joe sees 2012 as the year that carriers will acknowledge that customers want better signals on their mobile devices by  embracing cellular signal boosting technology. Verizon is the first carrier to get fully on board, and Joe said another carrier is expected to do the same in the next few weeks.

Wilson has just released a universal cradle that will take care of mobile users on all carriers, but specifically those on the 4G LTE networks. Here’s a video which dramatically shows what happens when a Verizon 4G phone is used on an overworked network — with and without the signal boosting cradle.

Thomas will have the full review ready on the Sleek 4G LTE Universal Cellular Signal Booster in a few weeks, but in the meantime you should be sure to go check out all the cellular signal solutions at Wilson Electronics.

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