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One of the worst things that we experience more and more lately is bad cell coverage. Three things generally cause dropped calls and slow data are distance from a cell tower, building materials in homes or offices, or obstruction from tall objects such as trees, topography, and buildings.

When you’re on the road, poor cell phone reception can be particularly frustrating. Fortunately, the days of driving around until you find a good cell phone signal are over thanks to weBoost, the industry leader in cellular signal boosting technology.

weBoost has created its most powerful and versatile 4G in-vehicle cell phone signal booster – the Drive Sleek. Priced at $199.99, it is a single-phone cradle that uses coupling technology to improve 4G LTE and 3G cellular signals up to 32x for cars, vans, and RVs.

Its benefits are great and include; Increased connectivity and fewer dropped calls (users enjoy cell and data signals up to 32x stronger than their regular signal), carrier agnostic (the Drive Sleek is able to support a full range of carriers and networks because its boosters are able to read bands from 700 megahertz (MHz) to 2100 MHz and are configured for GSM, CDMA, LTE, HSPA+, FDMA, TDMA, OFDMA, and other variants), multiple users (anyone within range immediately gets boosted – no logging into networks or checking carriers required), no subscription fee (the Drive Sleek does not require a subscription or monthly carrier charges. Buy it once, and boost for life), install once and enjoy improved signal strength (weBoost devices automatically adjust to provide optimal signal strength, so users never have to touch it again), and extends battery life. With weBoost, a person’s phone won’t waste energy trying to find a signal as it hops towers or roams different networks – thus extending the phone’s battery life.

Find out how to get one and more information here!


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