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AT&T Signal Boosters

Are you experiencing dropped calls or a poor connection with your AT&T cell phone or mobile device? We offer a variety of AT&T signal booster solutions to handle any situation. If you need to improve your AT&T cell reception, eliminate dropped calls, or improve data speeds, then you've come to the right place.

If you're not familiar with what an AT&T signal booster (also known as an AT&T cell phone signal booster, AT&T cell phone booster, or AT&T cell booster) is, it's a device that takes the existing outside cell signal, amplifies it, and broadcasts it to the area of your home, office, car, truck, RV or boat that needs better AT&T cell signal. Depending on the AT&T signal booster solution you choose, you may need to decide on the best inside antennas (panel antenna or dome antenna) and outside antennas (omni-directional antenna or yagi directional antenna) for your needs, as well as if you need an easy, plug and play AT&T signal booster or an enterprise level passive DAS AT&T cell booster implementation.

The easiest way to get started with an ATT cell phone signal booster is to choose the option below that most closely resembles your situation, and you'll be taken to the AT&T signal booster options that best meet your needs. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us and we'll be happy to help you with your selection.

Solutions for Single Rooms in Homes

Solutions for Small to Midsize Homes

Solutions for Large Homes

Solutions for Businesses - Single Rooms

Solutions for Businesses - Small Spaces up to 1,500 sq ft

Solutions for Businesses - Midsize Spaces up to 7,500 sq ft

Solutions for Businesses - Large Spaces up to 500,000 sq ft

M2M Signal Booster Solutions

Solutions for Cars & Trucks

Solutions for RVs & Large Vehicles

Solutions for Marine Vehicles

Cradle Signal Booster Solutions

About AT&T

AT&T Mobility is the second largest wireless communications services provider in the United States as of 2012. Originally known as Cingular Wireless from 2000 to 2007, the company went through a series of acquisitions and rebranding to become the new AT&T.

AT&T 3G Network

AT&T’s 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) and 3G (UMTS/HSPA) networks run on the same frequencies, both 800 MHz and 1900 MHz. These frequencies are the standard ones used in North America. Signal boosters that can amplify both of these standard frequencies are referred to as “dual-band” and are ideal for improving your AT&T reception.

AT&T “4G” HSPA+

AT&T’s 3G network was upgraded to HSPA+ technology in many areas which is faster than the original 3G network. Rather than continuing to call it 3G, AT&T decided to start calling this network 4G. If your phone says 4G and not LTE, you’re probably using this technology. Unlike 4G LTE, this faux 4G uses the same frequencies as 3G (since it is 3G) so you can use any of the standard dual-band repeaters.

AT&T 4G LTE

AT&T’s LTE network uses the newly available 700 MHz spectrum, specifically 698 to 746 MHz. This slice of spectrum was previously used by analog broadcast television, but now is used for the AT&T high speed data network. If you would like to boost this network in addition to the 2G and 3G networks, then you'll need a five band booster.

Bottom Line

In this day and age, with all modern phones making heavy use of 4G LTE, you should choose a five-band signal booster to cover all of the networks on AT&T, as well as all of the other major carriers.