CES 2012: Wi-Ex launches 4G cell phone signal booster

By Telecom Lead Team: Wi-Ex, a provider of consumer and
commercial cell phone signal boosters, has introduced its 4G line of cell phone
signal boosters including the zBoost 4G-V for Verizon 4G LTE.

“With Verizon 4G LTE reaching more than 200 million
people in 2011 and 190 markets, we are excited to launch our 4G line with the
zBoost 4G-V for Verizon 4G LTE,” said Frankie Smith, director of sales

The zBoost 4G-V and other zBoost 4G boosters enable
consumers to maximize their 4G devices including online multimedia applications
such as gaming, downloading music, uploading pictures and streaming
high-definition video at optimal quality and speed.

The zBoost line provides a business-centric solution for
improving poor in-door cell phone coverage domestically and internationally.
Its patented technology also protects the carrier network.

The zBoost 4G-V comes with a package includes amplifier base unit, power supply, base unit antenna,
coaxial cable (RG59-mini), signal antenna and mounting hardware. The zBoost
4G-V’s wide radio wave beam width directional antenna is able to receive
signals from multiple cell towers.

“The extreme data requirements that smartphones
require make consumers even more aware of the reliability and strength of their
cell phone signal. With the launch of our 4G line, zBoost can provide consumers
with an end to slow data and dropped calls, allowing them to enjoy all of the
benefits of their smartphones and other connected devices,” Smith added.


In early 2011, Wi-Ex launched
zBoost z-Force in-vehicle cell phone signal booster. z-Force is a dual band
cradle unit that captures the signal outside of the car and amplifies it on the
inside for a stronger “hands-free” signal reducing dropped calls and
slow data. 

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