Living in Maine there are tons of places that have less than perfect cell service so one minute you will be talking the line goes dead and then you realize the call got dropped. That can be embarrassing and frustrating at the same time depending on what type of call you are on so I wanted to try Fusion2Go 2.0 cell phone signal booster for vehicles increases voice, text and 4G LTE signal strength for all North American cell carriers, including AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. Stay connected anywhere with Fusion2Go 2.0's next generation 3" high-gain exterior antenna equipped with a strong magnetic base that can hold up in the harshest of conditions. Fusion2Go 2.0 provides the maximum gain and power possible for a vehicle signal booster ensuring seamless connectivity wherever the road takes you.
Fusion2Go 2.0's automatic gain continually adjusts to maximize performance and increases connectivity for more miles of coverage in rural areas.In real-world testing performed by SignalBoosters.com, Fusion2Go 2.0 outperformed the competition. While the weBoost and SureCall units performed equally as well in the urban testing, the Fusion2Go showed its muscle in the rural setting as it was able to bring nearly unworkable service to easily checking emails and YouTube videos.
The carriers it works with are at&t, Sprint, US Cellular, T-Mobile, and Verizon.
My Opinion: I found it was easy to install and I did not notice in the areas where cell service was bad this helped me stay connected which is what I was looking for. I was also surprised of the size as it is small but very heavy.
To see more visit https://www.surecall.com
You Tube: https://youtu.be/ajLAtrZY6K0
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