If you live in or frequently travel through low-signal areas, the HiBoost Travel 4G LTE will help you get a better cell signal in your vehicle. It is designed for cars, trucks and SUVs, offering an all-in-one solution to amplify a weak signal up to 50 dBi. You can use this 5-band 4G booster with T-Mobile, Verizon, AT&T and every other major U.S. carrier. The omnidirectional magnetic mount roof antenna will pick up the signal from any cell tower it can reach to so the signal can be boosted for drivers and passengers.
Enjoy clearer phone calls, send urgent messages or update apps when needed with the improved cellular performance from a HiBoost Travel Vehicle Amplifier Kit. Automatic gain control adjusts the amount as needed and will even turn the booster off if you’re driving through a high-signal area. You also don’t need to cut a hole in the roof for the antenna, which makes installation easier and maintains the vehicle’s resale value. This booster has a 3-year manufacturer’s warranty and is made to last even longer with a metal enclosure, low interference levels and solid heat dissipation.
- Coverage area*: 3-10' (e.g. front seat area of a vehicle)
- All-in-One Kit? YES
- Compatibility: This amplifier supports 700mhz/800mhz/1700mhz/1900mhz/2100mhz networks (which includes most 2G, 3G, and 4G providers in the US). Supported carriers/networks include:
- Verizon 2G/3G/4G/AWS
- Sprint 2G/3G/4G - 4G LTE will only be improved where Sprint is using the 1900mhz band. This amplifier does NOT support Sprint's 2500mhz LTE band
- AT&T 2G/3G/4G/LTE
- US Cellular 2G/3G/4G
- T-Mobile 2G/3G/4G
- MetroPCS 2G/3G/4G
- For other carriers, confirm which frequency your provider is using and make sure this amplifier supports it before purchasing! Contact us if you need any assistance.
IMPORTANT SIGNAL INFORMATION: If you're purchasing an amplifier for use at one specific location, we strongly recommend doing a site survey first to determine whether the amplifier will help you and to give you an idea of what kind of results you can expect from it.
If your signal is extremely poor (-108db or worse), an amplifier may not be effective - there must be some usable signal available for the amplifier to boost. Conversely, if the signal is too STRONG at your location (-50db or better), the amplifier may shut down to avoid interference with the tower.