zBoost launches in-vehicle cell phone booster


Wi-Ex, a provider of consumer and commercial cell phone
signal boosters, announced the launch of zBoost z-Force in-vehicle cell phone
signal booster.  


The 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.  


The z-Force will be available in October 2011.


“A third of Americans use their smartphones to keep
up with schedules, check personal and work emails, and stay connected on social
media, however a poor cell phone signal can make this a challenge for today’s
on-the-go consumer,” said Sharon Cuppett, vice-president of marketing of


“The launch of z-Force provides consumers with a
strong cell phone signal on the go, making it easier to use their cell phones
and smartphones to stay connected to family, friends and work,” Cuppett


The unit works with 800 MHz and 1900MHz phones which
covers most carriers (except Nextel/iDEN, 4G or 2100MHz). The z-Force is easy
to install and includes a bi-directional amplifier unit housed in a sturdy,
lightweight cradle for hands-free operation, 12V cigarette power adaptor,
external magnetic mount antenna with 15 ft cable and optional gooseneck
cigarette lighter adapter.  


The zBoost line allows consumers to take full advantage
of data, voice and Internet services on their iPhones, iPads, connected devices
and smartphones.


By TelecomLead.com Team
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