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    weBoost Home Studio Omni – Cell Phone Signal Booster | Boosts 4G LTE & 5G for all U.S. & Canadian Networks – Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile & more | Made in the U.S. | FCC Approved (model 471166)


    Price: $399.99 - $335.99
    (as of Sep 24,2022 22:36:06 UTC – Details)



    weBoost Home Studio with Omni Antenna instantly improves cell signal in one large room, like a home office or apartment. This booster is simple to install and works for multiple users and on all U.S. carrier networks. weBoost Home Studio with Omni Antenna will amplify any cell signal technology, including 5G, on bands 12/17, 13, 5, 4, and 25/2.
    ONE ROOM COVERAGE — With up to 60dB max gain, the Home Studio with Omni Antenna improves cell coverage in one large room like a home office, apartment, or living room
    SIMPLE INSTALLATION — The Home Studio with Omni Antenna booster kit comes with an outdoor omnidirectional antenna and an indoor whip antenna. Because the omni antenna can pick up a cell signal from any direction, the user can simply mount the outside antenna to the roof, attach the whip antenna to the booster, connect the two devices and instantly improve cell signal
    ONE-TIME COST — Once you purchase weBoost Home Studio with Omni Antenna, that’s it. No subscription costs or hidden fees
    BOOSTS EVERY NETWORK — Works with every network and all U.S. carriers; including Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, UScellular, and more

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