Today at CES in Las Vegas, Wilson Electronics announced the release of their newest cell phone signal boosting amplifier, the Wilson AG Pro Quint Selectable 5-Band (803470). The new Wilson Quint Selectable is a powerful 75 dB amplifier capable of covering 15,000 sq ft or more and boosts the standard dual-band 800 MHz and 1900 MHz, 1700/2100 MHz AWS, and at the owner’s option, either AT&T 4G LTE 700 MHz or Verizon 4G LTE 700 MHz frequencies. With an MSRP of $1,399.95, the Wilson Quint Selectable is the most affordable large-building 5-Band signal amplifier on the market. In addition, it also supports CDMA, GSM, EVDO, LTE, HSPA+ and WCDMA technologies.
The new Wilson AG Pro Quint Selectable features a compact design, is about the size of a textbook, and weighs in at just under 3 pounds. The Wilson Quint Selectable is also the first amplifier to feature an LCD display and push button controls, which allows the owner to easily adjust the gain on each frequency independently.
The Wilson Quint can be paired with Wilson’s wide selection of inside and outside antennas, cables, splitters, and other accessories to create a system that’s customized to each individual situation. Like all Wilson signal boosters, the Quint Selectable features Wilson’s patented cell site protection technologies, which were developed through cooperation between Wilson and several major cellular carriers to eliminate the possibility of interference with nearby cell towers.
At UberSignal, we’re excited about the release of the Wilson AG Pro Quint Selectable (803470) because it gives our customers the flexibility to cover the carriers and technology they need at a price point that can't be beat. By combining multiple networks into a single amplifier, you can now cover a carrier’s new 4G network for lightning fast data speeds, while also boosting the frequencies used by 3G and 2G, giving you crystal clear voice calls as well.
The Wilson AG Pro Quint Selectable 5-Band (803470) is available today for preorder on UberSignal, with an expected ship date of next week. If you would like a signal engineer at UberSignal to help design a Quint Selectable signal booster system for you, or if you have any other questions, please contact us.