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Post Info TOPIC: Max Amp Mobile Truck & Trailer Signal Boosters

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Max Amp Mobile Truck & Trailer Signal Boosters

I saw some older posts on the subject, thought I would start a new thread. Is anyone using this system and would you recommend it? Do you think it is necessary and is this the best option for the money? If not, what is everyone doing to boost cell reception in your RV and tow vehicle? How about the WeBoost systems?



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We've been using a Max Amp RV booster repeater for over a year now, and have been very satisfied with it. The Max Amp has given us usable 4G/LTE signals even in places our previous WeBoost Drive 4G-M could only provide 3G or nothing at all. Since installing the Max Amp, we have not been anywhere that we didn't get a good signal on either AT&T or Verizon. Sometimes one better than the other, but both have always worked. We particularly like having the signal repeated throughout the entire length of our motorhome, instead of needing to be within a few feet of the WeBoost's "Hershey bar" inside antenna.



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