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Drive 4G-X OTR

June 29, 2016 - Products

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weBoost, the global leader in cell signal boosters, announced the Drive 4G-X OTR, an all-in-one signal booster kit for truck drivers. The Drive 4G-X OTR is weBoost’s most powerful mobile booster, enabling up to 32 times stronger signal on the road so drivers with lengthy travels can stay conveniently connected to those they love and on whom rely.

The Drive 4G-X OTR is carrier agnostic, so the booster will successfully amplify signals for Verizon, T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T users alike, allowing everyone to stay connected. It simultaneously amplifies voice and data for devices operating on 3G, 4G LTE, or legacy bands. Neither a wired internet connection nor Wi-Fi are needed for the booster to function, and there are no monthly fees.

The Drive 4G-X OTR amplifies existing cell signal from the nearest cell tower to bring extremely capable coverage to truckers anywhere on the road. The result is a reliable cell signal and the capability to receive a dispatch, find a safe rest stop, call home during lunch, stream music or use navigation with ease. Installation is a six-step process and the kit includes the all-new 4G-OTR antenna and mount, the Drive 4G-X signal booster, a slim low profile, secondary antenna, a mounting bracket and a 12V DC power supply.1

The antenna covers cell phone frequencies from 700, 800, 1700 and 1900 to 2200 MHz.

The Drive 4G-X OTR is available for purchase now.

Visit weBoost's commercial truck cell phone signal booster product page to learn more about the Drive 4G-X OTR.

1 Truckers with Cascadia model trucks with molded-style mirrors are recommended to mount the antenna to the top of the cab and may need to purchase additional materials or tools to properly secure.

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